THE BIRTH OF DEWI

It seems to me that ‘God’ can be very unkind to the ones that he chooses. The following is my interpretation of the legend of the birth of St David. Snorkelfish. It is the fiercest of winds that howls about the headland. The lashing of icy rain in torrents greets the good green earth. No … Read more…

Love Poem

Before Just before you turned, reached out and closed the curtains I saw you. Truly saw you Framed by the great blue bowl of the sky Your head crowned with ravens  and  impossibly white winged gulls. Your eyes were the eyes of fire, Reflection of planets in their eternal dance And you, I swear,  saw … Read more…

EMBARRASSED

‘It all happened so quickly. I didn’t really have time to think. If I had, I might have acted differently, but …..well…what can I say?’ Iris looked down and away from me. A lock of her red hair fell forward obscuring her face for a moment until she reached up and tucked it behind her … Read more…

WINTER IS COMING

  The Kayakers, a bright parade, swiftly skimming about the head land cast themselves effortlessly upon the pebbled shore and beached, become ungainly as are all sea creatures when they leave their melted home. I am alone A watcher empty of ambition now the winter is come I feel his touch already in the crisping … Read more…