Seriously? Cancellation?

Problems on the track

I will have to walk now from West Worthing

Heavy rucksack on my back

Still, it’s only two short miles

It won’t take me very long

And as the sunshine is just marvellous

In my head I’ll write a song

Poems daily. Inspiration?

Always something there

The trick is spotting where it is

So I am constantly aware.




5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. M. Sakran
    Jul 24, 2014 @ 17:30:58

    It is amazing how having the intent to write poetry, can allow a person to see significance around them.

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  2. Jem Croucher
    Jul 24, 2014 @ 17:34:14

    Absolutely. There’s beauty in pretty well everything. Capturing that in words is both a challenge and a joy. The poet’s eyes? Hmmm – there’s food for thought there…



  3. Raven Whyte
    Aug 02, 2014 @ 04:57:01

    If you have never read “jonathan LivingstonSeagull” by Richard Bach may I suggest you give it a try. I think you would like Fletcher.

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    • Jem Croucher
      Aug 02, 2014 @ 09:22:15

      I agree – It’s a fantastic little book and although the film doesn’t quite do it justice, Neil Diamond’s accompanying soundtrack album is equally inspiring. Thanks for reminding though – must give that another read sometime.



  4. Raven Whyte
    Aug 02, 2014 @ 13:23:08

    I agree on your opinion re: book and film, though the film did what it could at the time it was made. Wonder what could be done now? I try to read it every few years, among other gems.

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