Biography of Steve Hagget
Steve Hagget Poems
In foreign land of towering pines And hammocks, mangrove-torn A dark-filled night reluctantly Bequeaths a pale dawn
The Travellers Dream
Last night I dreamt of rolling waves, Of summer sun and turquoise seas, Of tapered fields and bracing winds, Of gentle hills and autumn trees.
As time begins to take its toll Upon the wearied day So starts the silent spectacle Of glittering, lighted play.
The Never Ending Journey
In cloudless sky and shadeless plain, In dusty waste and yellow sea – Where burning heat untempered reigns; Where wilderness itself runs free.
A Mind Set Free
On starry nights the mind is like To step on board a vision; To climb the enigmatic steps – The liquid path to heaven;
As time begins to take its toll
Upon the wearied day
So starts the silent spectacle
Of glittering, lighted play.
For when the earth-bound nature starts
To lose its taint and colour
A thousand angel eyes do turn
Toward the seas of wonder.