Category Archives: poetry

The Footsteps Echo

The footsteps echo softly down the corridors of time, And memories gently stir like windmills of the mind, Faces flicker silently like pictures on a screen, And voices have a cadence heard only in a dream.   Days gone by, … Continue reading

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Unfinished poetry

Thirty years ago today I wrote a poem. I don’t have a strong recollection of writing this poem, although I do remember clearly the day I wrote it. It was January 2nd, 1984 and I spent a wonderful day with … Continue reading

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Who’d like to carry my bag?

Ngaire had a little bag, it wasn’t hard to find Cos everywhere that Ngaire went, her bag was right behind. Her bag contained the bottles, for her blood and guts to flow, The drainage tubes revealing all, As if you’d … Continue reading

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