My poem on Bali life and some photos of the Sukawati market place
If you have ever come across a bully, you would relate to this poem.
No greater achievement can compare with having your own children that grow up happy, successful and loving.
Let Love Unfold
Love makes you complete
Live a Wondrous Life
Once upon a time when I was little …
I lost the will to write the words I woke up one day I felt absurd I almost heard an echo there Where once upon a writer’s lair I miss the days that I would talk My conversations on a walk I would see a leaf the patterns bright The very sight brought such delight…
Born a woman I bear my lot My minds a crevice of emotions I bear your weight upon my breast My heart beats through the commotion
A poem of why you wouldn’t marry again!
The eyes have been called the ‘windows of the soul’ Ill-nature and bad passions will show prominently in the eyes so behold It is not so much the colour, the size, but more the expression That speaks volumes and makes such a lasting impression Some will project a steely gaze of hate some will be loving and beautiful But…
I wrote this poem about one of Australia’s birds that ruin gardens far and wide, the Brush Turkey.
My day job is as an Assistant Manager in a Retirement home. In the main centre we have a group of dear ladies that come together daily and knit for children in Nepal. I wrote this poem for them.
The human race is a disgrace
A little poem of love’s first bite
My little birthday poem to me!
Keep the flame burning
A hot obsession
The flow in me.