Changeling

Changeling

5 May 2017

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Earth morphing

Other kind remits

Dimmed the wits

Stilled the fits

Glory that bore us outfits

Of soul that befits

 

Arm in sling

The cast a dire strait

We await

Like weak bait

Hooked on the glitter-filled weight

Uncanny the gait

 

Changeling

Renewed the instinct

Eye that winked

Man extinct

Crawling the meek escaped brink

Edge where might will sink

 

Reading of the poem: 

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Paper Lungs, Broken Bones – As Seas Exhale

 

Messenger

Messenger

4 January 2017

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Birth in stars

Growth in the moonshine

Blessed in wine

Sleek pristine

From gift of birth do not dine

Polluted alters

 

Sing story

Slow the candle light

Bring the sight

Slow the might

Sorrows empty change delight

Reversing altars

 

Voices ring

Ear deciphering

Messenger

Carries weight

Of parcels deliverance gait

Wading through waters

 

Reading of the poem: 

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The Messenger – Audiomachine

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Splitting ends

Splitting ends

30 July 2016

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Call me soft

The weather beats me

To places

Hidden well

The surge will make gorges swell

Morrows’ promises

 

Keep me safe

From the falling stars

They hurtle

Like kingdoms

Thrown out of balancing act

Broken now the pact

 

We comb hairs

On blue maiden’s top

Splitting ends

Falling swift

Tenderly her gait we lift

As her tears we mop

 

Reading of the poem : 

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Tomorrow we sail – Eventide

Jubilatory

Jubilatory

31 October 2015

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I fell from steep cliff

Into ocean that kept me

At bay from my minds

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Irresolute Eve

I had a mind to falter

Perhaps now I did

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I leapt in the airs

But ground came to my rescue

The broken seashell

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Hedges me lifted

In between airs and the ground

Comical relief

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Down with rusty thud

Metal shard hip pierces, makes

A hole in my Heart

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Butterfly flew free

From the hole that sucked it through

By might of its will

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I watched them unmoved

The hole and the butterfly

I knew would miss train

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Metal and me soul

Waited in silent station

As the hipbone oozed

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A boatman did come

He said ferry replaced train

Asked I pay better

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I searched now frantic

I only had ten coins

But lo two just dropped

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I looked up at you

Etheric Angel, dream’s Truth

Warped into your gait

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Jubilatory

The boatman took twelve pennies

Carried us across

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My slender Oak Tree

My slender Oak Tree

29 October 2015

 Loic

 

Storms will split him not

He is the calm in storm’s eye

That his trunk survives

 

Upper fruit of trees

He revels in other heights

Reading is golden

 

Plunged in the knowledge

Tactical experiment

Technology rules

 

The count of days floats

As he gathers slow his gait

Pale hurry-me-not

 

Placidly waiting

Almost breaching count of ten

He swam in stillness

 

The calm runs till now

Within his long lanky frame

My slender oak Tree

Every time I doubt

Every time I doubt

18 August 2015

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In mind you described

Every single emotion

That would bind us thus

 

I heard your voices

Like waves of a raging sea

Scourging through my mind

 

In unseen dark waves

Your voices amplified space

Within very soul

 

Could thunder be soft?

Loud it raged on but so slight

Between light and might

 

I knew you never

You recognised me no more

Yet we both knew us

 

In days’ giddiness

In nights’ fervour we glistened

To every moon ray

 

I walk uneven pace

Your hand on my shoulder

Rectifies my gait

 

I fear not I know

You will catch me if I fall

My pace regains grace

 

The road winds in time

As the winds of change blow hard

But your sails steer me

 

Every time I doubt

I feel soft your lips’ pressure

And Heart finds solace

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