Terry Dawson

Terry Dawson was born in 1955 to farming parents in the former British colony of Southern Rhodesia. He has been a soldier, game keeper, beekeeper and farmer. He lives now in rural eastern Zimbabwe.
Popular Poems
I've Met A Girl
I've met a girl
Louise her name.
Within I feel new strength unfurl
And I'm no more the same.
The Skeleton Coast
Across the Uhab river's dry bed
Lies a land unlike any other,
An arid plain beside the sea,
Of wild, mysterious beauty.
The Dancing Girl
In an erotic dream I see
A shapely girl dance close to me.
As sensuous slow music plays,
Her slender, lithesome body sways
In this life we bear
In equal portion
Mix dare
With caution
A Daydreaming Evoked By Swallows
The spring swallows return anew;
I search for the elusive blue;
Sky-riders of unequalled grace,
Conjures to sight likeness of you.


Sally Plumb Plumb 24 January 2019
Great fun. Better luck next time.Enjoyed!
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