by David Honeybell
It’s New Year’s Day, and true to say, the whole world is full of hope,
everyone thinking of the year ahead, and how we’re going to cope.
We know there’ll be for each of us, events, some good some bad,
but we can’t change the future, will we be happy or will we be sad.
Continue reading “Another Year”
by Jackie Darnbrough
Defiant by verdant hills
moribund in smoke darkened majesty
chimney stack piercing a violet stained sky. Continue reading “Mills and Hills”
by Maariyah Patel
The soft sand travels in between my toes,
I hear the calling of the water,
Thirsty for my being, Continue reading “The Beach”
by Amel Bashford
A new child is born.
A life is ended. Continue reading “Secretary for the Soul”
by Tahera Mayat
I have a strong desire for chocolate
A passion that just won’t go away
I love the melting sensation in my mouth
The passion grows stronger each day
Continue reading “Chocolate Desire”
by Sophie Patel
I love our little family
the way you all make me laugh
make me smile
sometimes even make me cry
Continue reading “I Love Our Little Family”
by Mohamed Saloo
Across the square of towns old-gold
A stroll up steps to Carnegie’s soul
A caressing hand on door-frame-wood
Graced by an awe as truly one should
Continue reading “The Cherished Town Library”
by Judith Greenwood
My washing machine broke down. It wouldn’t spin.
It just went round with all my washing in.
It jumped about the floor on rubber feet,
My laminated floor, all new, all neat.
Continue reading “Washday Blues”