Category Archives: sonnet

I will taste divine

Make my heart into a cottage pie. Already it is minced and lies estranged My   enemies insult me with their lies And my last will and testament is made. An onion and a carrot chopped up fine, Saute  with … Continue reading

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Language wrote both Dante and Mein Kampf

Winter sunshine shows the branches bare Reveals each shape both elegant and spare The  little birds fly in and out at will The low sun’s bright, the wind is light as well     What kind of world has human … Continue reading

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Her best and worst are both revealed at once.

Her wrap dress did not cover her large knees Swollen with arthritis and   long prayers. And yet she wears this dress the  men to please. As it reveals her  bosom  beauteous , fair. The  camel colour suited ill her … Continue reading

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Again it’s winter in the Natural World

  Again it’s winter in the Natural World I saw the snow  fall as  cold clouds unfurled I like the feeling of  this winter rest  Though most prefer the heat and summer zest   I   like to see the sun … Continue reading

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And as the cocks and chickens try to bleat

Did I say my heart is up the spout And tea is sitting hotly in the tap The kettle is complaining I’m a lout And with its metal hand gives me a rap.   Did I say my bed has … Continue reading

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