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What Next?

April 14, 2010 by  
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Yesterday. So. Today. So, So. Tomorrow. Woweeeeee!

Valentine 1 and 2 and out

April 14, 2010 by  
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Vasectomy, Abortive Levy Enacting, Notwithstanding, Transfusing, Infibulating, Nooky. Exiguous. Vivacious, Adorable Lady, Exciting, Nubile, Tentacles Intertwined, Now and Ever. I can’t believe I have added this!

Two Way Split

April 14, 2010 by  
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Yours is yours, and mine is mine, Fifty fifty with the rest. That we agreed would be best, Now we both worship, at a half empty Shrine. Now we both worship, at a half empty Shrine, That we agreed would be best, Fifty fifty with the rest, Yours is yours, and mine is mine.

The Water Meadow (A poem for two voices)

April 14, 2010 by  
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Tail flicking Wagtails, Yellow and Pied, Darting, and catching their insect food. Their young at their heels, begging for more. Tail swishing cows cropping ancient herbage, Their pollen covered hooves, and yellow lips, Fertilising the masses of buttercups, and cowslips, By disturbing the insects who help in the act. The old footpath is now a […]

A Selection Of Haiku

April 14, 2010 by  
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1. Streaks of colour flash. In brilliant red, blue and green, Fishing Kingfisher eats. 2. Sun gently sinking Behind hill, casts purple shadows, Bids peaceful goodnight. 3. Blossom tree perfumed, Humming bird hovers, long tongue Natures nectar sipping. This is an English variant of the Japanese  Haiku style of  Poetry.

Celebration

April 13, 2010 by  
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Our Monarch’s Jubilee Bells ring out Royal Greetings, Bonfires light the sky, Rejoicing through out the land A celebration for our QUEEN.

When A River Floods Strange Things Happen

April 11, 2010 by  
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Strange things in life I see, A Rabbit and a Hedgehog in a tree. Escaping from the floods. Strange things in life I see. For their lives they flee, Swimming, climbing, now free. Strange things in life I see, A Rabbit and a Hedgehog in a tree. ——- Just called to say hello, To a […]

A Tanka For My Wife

April 11, 2010 by  
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Auburn hair shining, Smiling so sweetly, I fell Completely, deeply And so truly enchanted, Enraptured, my heart captured

A Tanka For My Queen

April 11, 2010 by  
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The long life is over Do not mourn it’s ending. Rejoice for the life, That stirred a Nation’s heart. Our Queen Mum, now, and ever more.

A Tanka For A Chicken

April 11, 2010 by  
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Wonder why human beings, think inhuman ways to spoil natures beauty, Creating disgusting images, Cloning chickens without feathers. I wrote this after seeing disgusting pictures on television of chickens without feathers, in particular one trying to have a dust bath – hideous!

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