Little Sound (Stockport WoL Cheddar-Poem)

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A sonnet drowns in love.

Patterns in Nature cling to crystal zones:

This singular look on your face

In this time and place,

Touching on the distance but never nearer the truth

 

Moving wedding poem gives weight to sentiments -

A wind of change blows through the trees

 

Holiday antics

Away from prying eyes

Of neighbours, parents and friends;

The young are not so innocent

As their parents believe them to be

 

Beautiful, beastly, entitlement

 

My baby!

See her on the Marriage carousel...!

 

 

 

collage poem

◄ Giving (Stockport WoL Collage Poem)

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Andy N

Wed 13th Jun 2012 07:53

excellent stuff, john.. mad but my kinda thing - lol.

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John F Keane

Tue 12th Jun 2012 20:12

Cheddar-letter: A letter consisting of several paragraphs, each the contribution of a different person. The name is taken from cheddar-cheese manufacture, in which all the dairies contributed their share of fresh cream.

ROBERT HUNTER'S ENCYCLOPOEDIC DICTIONARY, 1895

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