Poetry Blog by Jonathan Mamczynski
on A Bed Sheet Apart (Sat, 6 Aug 2011 03:50 pm)
The garden-fresh smell of the air;
the sun bleeding through the
umbrella of leaves. Butterflies
like fairies ballet dancing above
daffodils, bluebells and snowdrops.
It should have rained that day.
Beautiful bunches of flowers -
shaped to read your name.
Lilies, roses and forget-me-nots.
My young f...
Wednesday 18th January 2012 11:53 am
Human behaviour is a product
of intentions that arise from
desires and beliefs. Purkinje axons
project outside the cerebellum. Genes
build protons, but only God knows what happens next…
The cell fires signals like a machine gun;
atherosclerotic lesions. The seat of reason.
Strong wind, earthquake-shock, and fire may pass by:
But I shall follow the gui...
Saturday 14th January 2012 1:52 pm
Blood, sweat and tears; nobody’s scoring -
rounds pass without resolution;
heavyweight conflicts neither won nor lost.
Loathed to cease punching against these walls;
the judges are gone, the lights out -
in this paradoxical ring there is us!
We agonise from a tangent length,
determined not to throw the towel;
fervent lovers unable to agree upon truce....
Wednesday 17th August 2011 9:42 am
On a single sheet, still we lie,
I wonder if she can see the noose -
wrapped around my heart I can’t untie!
Appears creases that did once act –
to mark our electric spark,
have long since been ironed flat.
The side that once remained cold –
befriended by her again;
whilst to the edge, my lonely bones hold.
Ominous sound of another sigh;
Friday 5th August 2011 3:20 pm