I’m back with another poem for your languid perusal!
It was written based on this photo, which I took at the Fairy Glen at Isle of Skye, in Scotland.
I am by no means a photographer, but I do so try my best.
Scotland is absolutely beautiful; I cling to the memories of walking amidst castle ruins and rambling aimlessly down rolling, dramatic landscapes.
Have you been there before, or perhaps live there? Do share your experiences! 🙂 And I hope you enjoy my poem.
Hi! Here’s a poem for your perusal, definitely longer than the previous one!
It’s called Fish Eyes, which sounds really strange. Let’s hope you can make some sense out of it.
Some updates about my life will be coming up soon, so keep an eye on this space.
Have a good one! 🙂
I slither down the drain, Hitting the watery depths with no pain I can smell things a mile away And can be smelled just in about the same way I am the King of my unwanted empire, Wanted though, with … Continue reading
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If I could give you a tonic, That could make you laconic, Then perhaps it’ll cure my ear ache, And reduce the buzzing in my head. You won’t go on and on, In an attempt to explain an un-wrong, And … Continue reading
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