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The Bank Robber, based on the poem, “The Highwayman,” by Alfred Noyes

The land was crimson, the trees swayed as the clouds bustled against blue sky, eyes like ultra violet rays, reflected in his steely gaze, piercing, piercing, piercing. The grey soles on shiny black shoes. A leather jacket, brown and coarse as a horse’s mane. Expensive made to order suit. A crime scene like the back … Continue reading

New book out! Now Children’s Poetry

Hi, I am pleased to let you know that my new book, “Now Children’s Poetry”┬áis out on Createspace. Please check out below and purchase. https://tsw.createspace.com/title/4825096 I would really appreciate any responses please.

The love to end all loves

The love to end all loves was sweeping me away, sweeping me away it was, sweeping me away. Along the crest of gargantuan waves, seagulls savoured freedom I thought I would explode, this injured passion was making me grow old. Through a merchant sailor’s vessel, I smiling at the crew, searched for some strange metaphor … Continue reading