walk with me in the woods dig me a hole just pour me into it make me like water filling every crevice and cranny and then …. leave me be
It came knocking and I opened the door and welcomed it with open arms. Inspiration brought friends, as I have been diving into the classics of late; Milton, Shelley, Poe, Goethe and then the music of Carl Orff and the more recent music of Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan and The Alan Parsons Project. From this mish-mash, has come a torrent of thoughts, ideas, annotations and my ideas Journal is looking very busy and messy these past few days … 🙂
I am putting the finishing touches to a few poems and I am for the first time in awhile excited about this new work that I am putting out, it is (IMO) quite a different style of writing …
So watch this space … it might be a busy few days/weeks that lie ahead, plus I have a few pressing editorial deadlines :O
Anyone who has ever looked into the glazed eyes of a soldier dying on the battlefield will think hard before starting a war – Otto van Bismarck
With all the craziness in the world at present, and ongoing conflicts and aggressive rhetoric from certain leaders …. maybe just maybe there will be less conflicts, if they themselves had to do the fighting….
the red mist descends overall it’s to dark to see as the eyes glaze over into that 1000 yard stare as the raging red rivers flow darkness draws nigh the veil is torn the pathway opens on high yes, I have seen the world not sure which one awaits I am coming, screams death not a second to soon for we have learnt nothing from the tragic cycle of history which is oft repeated
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