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Master Po Known by his followers here at ‘WOL’ by his pen name ‘Po’. An abbreviation of Poemagraphic. Po lives in the South East of England in North Norfolk. He has been writing poetry since the early eighties. Po has made a life study and practice of meditation, which he started after becoming only the fourth person in the UK to attain a black belt in the Korean martial art of Hap-Ki-Do. He is also a Forth Degree Reiki Master Practitioner. Po has also studied Parapsychology; The study of mental phenomena that cannot be explained by known psychological or scientific principles, e.g. psychic ability, mediumship, extrasensory perception, remote viewing, etc. In the past he wrote and published several articles on the paranormal, including 'Seeing and sensing the Aura' 'How to develop mediumship' 'The differences between ghosts and spirits' 'The truths of hauntings and possessions'. Having studied parapsychology for over forty years he went on to appear on BBC ‘Look East Live’ Halloween special, and having his own weekly radio phone in and talk show on ‘Future Radio FM’. Plus, being a regularly contributor in the ‘Paranormal Norfolk’ magazine. Po is mediumistic, seeing, hearing and sensing those who have left this world behind. He has conducted literally hundreds of private consultations and undertaken numerous ‘serious’ paranormal investigations throughout the South East of England. His experiences are a great source of inspiration for much of his poetry. Please feel free to contact Po either here at WOL, or email: His sample ‘Cocooned’ below was the winning poem at the annual Reepham music festival.


Cocooned Finding new complexity in hand writing dexterity Searching for lost artistry in the guise of poetry At times the images so surreal, in my mind a cotton reel Unravels till a tangled thread weaves a web around my bed Then ‘Itsy Bitsy’ comes to call. Arachnophobia cause me to fall Awaking with a nasty bump, in my throat a ticking lump. As I yawn, a black widow falls and bites my naked toe. Then scampers off somewhere to hide… No antidote to be applied What will now become of me, and my newly found complexity? At the proverbial ‘curling up of toes’, ‘Itsy Bitsy’ runs up my nose, and proceeds to weave a silver thread, that leads me back into my bed A cobweb covered woven duvet, now shrouds a corpse where once I lay ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 11/11/19 11:00 Memorial The little white wooden church The small white wooden church, had not an empty seat. With an overflowing congregation, so many on their feet. Spilling out of the door, to pay their last respects. Far more than I had thought, and more than most expect. The service was quite poignant, a fitting tribute that’s for sure A lost and fallen comrade, this memorial was for. We bowed our heads in prayer, and silently we stood United in our grief, as a band of brothers surely would. After the service I marched across the empty parade square Back towards MT, by a familiar sight, stood standing upright, there. A stark remnant of the Berlin Wall, perched like a sentry, alone, standing tall. A small section that was removed, torn down, smashed in a fall. Ending endless suffering, tyranny, and scorn. Globally it seemed then, a time of peace had been born. Whilst standing in its shadow, an unseen presence drawing near That of a true and gallant hero, who many held so dear. What was his death for, it seemed so futile, and totally in vain Lost in a war, that truly was insane. Based on 'Blair’s dodgy dossier', fictitious, full of lies. The cause of many thousand deaths, and the reason today we cried. Po

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

Audio entries by poemagraphic

The descent into Hades’ and beyond! (27/12/2019)

Santa's Pride (20/12/2019)

A party fit for a Prince (06/12/2019)

Costa Lot (17/01/2019)

Out of his reach (12/01/2019)

Cocooned (04/01/2019)


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Binte Afroz

Thu 20th Feb 2020 12:40

Hi Po,

Just read your poem Cocooned. Loved it. An absolute classic.

Thanks for liking my poems though they lack perfection unlike yours.


The wicked and the kid

Thu 20th Feb 2020 07:11

Hi Po,

Thank you for taking the time to read my work I really appreciate it!
You have some truly amazing work and the way you create characters, to die for!


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Thu 20th Feb 2020 01:56

Thank you Po, for always being there for me. You are such a huge support that you will never know. I have attained the impossible over last few years. Many walls broken, many gates open. And for this I am indebted to both Allah and you for your continuing support and help. Sometimes God sends help from unknown people and places. Thank you for being an angel friend and fighter who fought my battles which else couldn't be overcome and won
Don't leave and go, it isn't you who falls, rather it's us together n vice versa. You are brave and strong, you have the powers to achieve impossible. Don't underestimate yourself ever, there's much more in you that you need to explore and tap for greater benefits. Hold the rope of your life in your hand tightly, never give your remote control to anyone. Use your Hikmah, wisdom and prayers to seek the impossible n even for trivial tasks. Always go by your intuitions n never be scared, biased about anything. Meditate, worship, pray n attain proximity of God and you have the powers to attain anything in life.
I'm grateful to God for sending PO in my life. Your poems are uplifting n your moral support is always required.
Keep writing!!!


Sat 15th Feb 2020 02:33

I'll be gone for two days.
In the meantime,
write something.



Fri 14th Feb 2020 03:55

In my humble opinion
the skin of an onion
has to be peeled away
to see if you're funnin'.


Fri 24th Jan 2020 11:46

Go D
is also God

is that who you were commenting to?



Thu 23rd Jan 2020 00:51

"just that you might have Wednesday it"

(not sure what this means??)

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Wed 22nd Jan 2020 16:02

Buckled up ready and rearing to go.

Follow me I'm right behind you d.

where did he just go?


Wed 22nd Jan 2020 10:20

You may refuse to go into that good long night
but you may be dragged into it involuntarily
wear your seat belt!

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Tue 21st Jan 2020 22:50

Pardon what? Did someone say something?

See what cow?


Tue 21st Jan 2020 04:04

I did make it up
glad you liked The Hearing Impaired Line
can you hear me now?


Fri 17th Jan 2020 17:05

Perhaps Poemagraphic
was kiiled in traffic-
his last remains
by far too graphic!



Tue 14th Jan 2020 07:04

well, I try.
Thank you for your kind words.
To Wit!



Sun 12th Jan 2020 11:22

thanks for reading my poem.
yes, you can use it if you like.
maybe it will bring back a thought or two.
Words do that ya know.
That's why we fool around with them.
to get people to think and emote.

O.L. Buzzerd


Sat 11th Jan 2020 12:40

You are wise
beyond your years
what knowledge there
between your ears.


Thu 9th Jan 2020 03:21

thanks for your kind words Po.
once in a while i get lucky.

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Tue 7th Jan 2020 18:02

I think I knew her d. I saw her on the telebox her name was 'Interference'


Tue 7th Jan 2020 12:29

I had a vision once
turns out she was married!

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Mon 6th Jan 2020 21:34

Hi Jain

In truth I have spent more time speaking to the dearly departed, or working for them, more than the living at times.

Some of my poetry has a direct connection to either private consultations, Spiritualists church services, Healing, or my day job.

All of which are undertaken under strict confidentiality.

Certain cold cases, long long past are a source of information that I have used to get some insight in to the criminal mind.

Anything current is never used in any fashion that would give any clues whatsoever as to that crime.

The poem I referred to you about this evening driving home from work is purely coincidental regarding your arrival to the site...

Actually I don't believe in coincidence... Synchronicity on the other hand, is another matter entirely.

I hope you enjoy "That fateful day" Jain.

Perhaps enjoy is not the Adjective to use.


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Jain Gawne

Mon 6th Jan 2020 19:17

Just reading through some of your stuff now, really impressed so far. And your bio is out of this world!


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Sun 5th Jan 2020 20:11

Thanks for the LIKE on WHEN - good bit of bantering I thought. 💪

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Sun 5th Jan 2020 19:01

It arrived d. next time could you put a stamp on it please.

It cost me the price of a pint, which I have put on your tab.


Sat 4th Jan 2020 10:10

You win the prize
for the most Loyal Follower.
Always appreciate your comments.
(Prize is in the mail!)


Sat 4th Jan 2020 03:32

Thank you for your lovely comments over my blog. You area terrific writer, i love your poems way too much. You are a heart throb of many on WOL. Kindly accept poetic hello and friendship from a broken hearted fellow human being, Me. Good to know you.


Thu 2nd Jan 2020 20:19

thanks Poema
spent all morning on the phone
with customer service
it's not really service
it's just a runaround
listen to the background music
while I twiddle my thumbs
I will expire before
they pick up.

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Thu 2nd Jan 2020 17:53

Danny I am pleased that you are on the up and up mate.

Keep posting, keep well.

Look forward to a whole new start in 2020 Danny.

Thank you for your kind comments

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Danny Giesbrecht

Tue 31st Dec 2019 19:07

Thank you po with all this heavy energy coming in iv been a bit down, I appreciate u your comment it brought me out of this slump iv been in thank you very much for that. I have been reading a lot of your poetry I really enjoy it thank you for that and well

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Mon 30th Dec 2019 09:07

Must find the time to sit down and pore through more of your work. Used to belong to a writers group near Wisbech years ago - between bouts of heading overseas - the place was Tydd St Mary and I am sure you will know it. The venue I stayed at (Homeleigh Guest House) has long reverted to its former private usage when the then owner June Wiseman passed away. Many fond memories of the place and folk I met there and thereabouts. P

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Mon 30th Dec 2019 08:56

Po - Colours - appreciate the comments. P. 👍

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Jon Stainsby

Sun 29th Dec 2019 19:27

Hi Po,

Thank you as always for all your kind words. I really appreciate them.

Your work is always a pleasure to read. Keep those poems coming. 😃

I wish you a happy 2020.



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