Monthly Archives: October 2016

Halloween – Mac Hammond

The butcher knife goes in, first, at the top And carves out the round stemmed lid, The hole of which allows the hand to go  In to pull the gooey mess inside, out – The walls scooped clean with a … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving – Mac Hammond 

The man who stands above the bird, his knife Sharp as a Turkish scimitar, first removes A thigh and leg, half the support On which the turkey used to stand. This Leg and thigh he sets on an extra Plate. … Continue reading

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Poem – When Love Fails

when love fails, and  utter silence prevails,  so a swollen fear shrouds my nerves frail. Why dreams of mine on this Valentine eloped  like morning dews. Is my love really waned?  will I not be blessed again with that beguiled … Continue reading

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Poem – What is a Poem 

A euphony  rhythmically composed;  through fresh Similes, metaphors, and analogies,  help readers to conjure hi- flown imageries,  but stick to cadence  like flowers to fragrance,  and it emphasises  the aesthetic nature of fellow pals with some wild weird  conceits, that … Continue reading

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Poem – Virgina Woolf: Her Last Words

I begin to hear the voices again,  and I feel certain  this darkness of times and minds turns me insane. I can’t fight any longer and I am doing (what seemsthe best) – the last Act of this life in … Continue reading

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Poem – Vere Homo

Be human, rather than divine  living such life is truly a surprise.  the world is for you, and seek your worth and prize what intoxicates our minds, are the stories of doom and demise,  so with these false theologies  let’s … Continue reading

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Poem – Mariana in the South 

With one black shadow at its feet, The house thro’ all the level shines, Close-latticed to the brooding heat, And silent in its dusty vines: A faint-blue ridge upon the right, An empty river-bed before, And shallows on a distant … Continue reading

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