I help to manage the profile section of WOL and personally greet all new members when they join. I enjoy seeing exciting new poets arrive on the site, am happy to give advice and help when requested to do so. A definitve collection of my work can be found on my personal blog (as above) which has recently recorded its 11,000th visitor.
We are all of the sea there is salt in our blood, the salinity of our beginnings brought onto this land. We stand to look at the waves see the tides stroked by the moon and feel that same motion the roll, the rinse, the draw perpetually repeated. With eyes closed we list involuntarily, primordially toward the magnetism of the waves, fearful that we can never return. We, destined to scramble up the shore two steps forward, one step back must make this place our land a new place.
All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.
Poet's Retreat (1) (21/11/2017)
Bleeding Obvious Haiku (14/11/2017)
HAIKU or haiku (14/11/2017)
Falling Short (08/11/2017)
Zen, and the art of compost and leaf mould (16/10/2017)
Cranford Requiem (10/10/2017)
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