Peter Jones


Peter Jones Poems

1. In Search Of England 11/18/2007
2. Such A Big Moon 11/18/2007
3. Rasterick R. 11/18/2007
4. From A Train 11/18/2007
5. Somewhere Else 11/18/2007
6. I, From My Northing Came 11/18/2007
7. To Rex Whistler 11/18/2007
8. Clarbeston 11/18/2007
9. The Power Of Flight 11/18/2007
10. Call Down 11/18/2007
11. The Dunster Lark 11/18/2007
12. Delius 11/18/2007
13. Mis Suete Leofe (Written In Early English) 11/19/2007
14. Making Bricks 11/22/2007
15. Spirit Of The Eagle 11/24/2007
16. Evening Star 11/24/2007
17. Sensuality 11/24/2007
18. Games 11/24/2007
19. Consideration Of Others 11/24/2007
20. Dragons 11/24/2007
21. Ceremony 11/24/2007
22. Cobbledock Lane 11/24/2007
23. Guardians 11/24/2007
24. Insulated Bells 11/24/2007
25. Aux Chasseurs 11/26/2007
26. In All, In All 11/26/2007
27. Lake Road 11/26/2007
28. Last Words 11/26/2007
29. Beachscape 11/22/2007
30. Time For Our Time 11/24/2007
31. On Being 60 11/24/2007

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  • Emeree Reyton (6/13/2012 2:44:00 AM)

    Wow, that's beautiful. What a gift you've got.

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Best Poem of Peter Jones

On Being 60

Shaken by jackdaws, in their fluttering castles,
To steal whistling arrows from forgotten fields,
I hear the blackthorn twistily move amendments
to old postcards of tilted-at windmills;
now quiet.

But ever yet I dance
In the crab-apple innocence of my lanes;
Courtly in calling, with precious breath.
Rich it is to be here
In the wind-feathered morning:
Carving time in the parish of all my days long.

Sailing amongst mazes
I follow in the windswirl of sounds
I no longer hear - but listening still:
Happy as glistening and rare
In the ...

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In Search Of England

I went in search of England
and found it there, in some slight lane
where, dressed in light,
cobwebs hung from silences:
a lost remembrance, found again.

And rooks pursued their shadow-world
Behind a sleeping wall
That crinolines the manse in solitude,

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