Mick Law

Mick Law

Thurnscoe South Yorkshire, UK
Mick Law
Thurnscoe South Yorkshire, UK
After a Grammar school education, left aged 16 and worked down a coal mine for twelve years. Left mining in 1985 and went into finance.
Married twice with four grown up children and seven grandchildren.Play and sing in a band and read copious mountains of books, anything from Sci-Fi and fantasy to Dawkins and Gould.
Love the theatre and classic literature and of course good deep felt poetry.
Popular Poems
It's When..........
It’s when I think of you
That the light floods in and the withheld smile so long unseen comes to My face and stars my eyes

It’s when I miss you
Mist And Light
On that day when winter's veil had lifted and the brightness rushed Back in.
We found a misty land, where we laughed at time and talked of the Cosmos and a billion suns.
We stood there stoney still, cemented.
We heard the sea, smelled and drank it in and we said no words.
Engerland Engerland
The times I kick and head so many balls at night
I turn and jink and set the ground alight
I was that team and all the work put in
could not disguise their frailty and their 'fail to win'
Dreams Of Singapore
There we were just
you and I
In the steel built eye of the city
a vast panorama spread out around us:
The Conker
I drove the road through silver autumn sun
The endless line of moving metal snaked behind
Huge green tinged church tower trees shaded the way
And as I Glimpsed across I saw it there


Anastasia 03 April 2018
frivolous and profound. caring yet penetrating
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