Tony Walton

Rookie (4 March 1950 / London, England)

Biography of Tony Walton

Tony Walton lives in a rural corner of north-west Herefordshire, England, close to the border with Wales. A graduate of Trinity College, Cambridge, where he read English Literature, he has been writing poetry since 1998.
All his poems posted on this site (with the exception of the latest 'The Last Dance') are from his fourth volume of poetry 'Particular Realities' which is, as yet, unpublished.
Tony says: 'Please read my poems out loud.'
'Poems are rough notations for the music we are.' - Rumi
'Where is the love, beauty and truth we seek but in our mind.' - Shelley
'There is no poetry where there is no ethics.' - Fidel Castro

Tony Walton's Works:

'Rough Notations' (2006)
'On Yatton Hill' (2008)
'Such Sweet Music' (2009)
All published by Tigerfish Books and very reasonably priced at £5 each (plus P+P)
Full details from tony@stridingedgepoetry.co.uk

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Cry Out In Your Weakness

Cry out in your weakness and your fear flows forth.
Follow the pain of it. You will gain of it.
You will gain in freedom from your loneliness.

Love will hear you. Love will answer your crying.
And Love will free you from your fear of dying
even before your breath has finished sighing.

And the Lord of Beauty will enter your soul

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