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Writing Under Water
Waiting for that sweet moment
when I break the surface and gasp
a lungful of clean air
when words mean what I want them to mean
Once I was a man like you
strong in the heart and mind
Now my spectre drifts the sands of Egypt these sixteen
across the tombs of Pharaohs
Incomplete Circles
A tiny push
just a tip of a finger
as the exhale of a humming bird
Slumped On The Shoulders Of Dwarves
I am vanquished by pressure unseen
my lungs are rasped by air unclean
and my eyes are bagged
by images and magazines obscene
Christmas At Christchurch
I feel translucent
a man of marble skin
as if dreaming my motions
every step a tread in water
Rule And Regulations Of Aardvark Poetry
Never begin a poem with the words
‘And Suddenly …’
In Answer To Your Question
It is not a hallmark day
nor a chocolate festival
nor plastic paddy pageant
not even a pagan sunrise
Return To Tara
There is no return of the Kings
the sun will never travel from west to east
the Augur will never see the blackbirds
fly backward across a windswept hill
Ugly poetry
interwoven emotions
with car crash image
The Wordsmith’s Anvil
B e a t t h e a n v I l I t w I l l s u r r e n d e r d r e a m s

Information illocution inclination integration imperfection indecision
Nihilist narcissist nullificationist nudist novelist nonobjectivist nircist

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