Steven Cooke Poems
- Lovers Of A Storm Old Friends that say hello Who share a ...
- The Jellyfish Chronicle Beneath my tendrils, The sea has ...
- War Horse (In memory of the 3 million horses killed in War) ...
- The Devil Wears Armani She was eighteen, I was thirty ...
- Oh What A Lovely War Oh What A Lovely War The sins of ...
- A Northern Night Out A voice in the mirror, God your good ...
- Enslavement Of A Lesser Being Freedom won on a distant ...
Coming from an inner city estate in Sheffield I never went to school as I was always a bit of a rebel. It wasn’t until I was 36 years that I accidentally went into education. I was lucky enough to have a mentor called Malcolm Simms who channelled my rebellious nature, and taught me to write at an academic level. This culminated in me graduating from Sheffield Hallam University with a ... more »
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Lovers Of A Storm
Old Friends that say hello
Who share a secret memory?
Away from the road now travelled
This love that hides in your eyes
Betrayed by the glint of a held back tear
This mystic bond that ties us together
And in a stolen moment, over a bottle of wine
The dream runs free
Dissolving the paths that we now tread
For deep within my soul
A world with an incorruptible sky
Plays host to a lovers imagination
Where the electricity from her touch
Gives birth to the storm
Her passion fuelling the Hurricane
And in the eye of the...