Category Archives: poetry

A New Bard Strides Forth


William Stir-Arrow was, and possibly might have remained, a playwright whose abilities would remain concealed from the general public where it not for a peculiar conversation held at some publishing house.His family legend had it that they were intimately connected, in some way, … Continue reading

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Updating Poetry for the ‘Get Wise Quick’ Generation


I have been looking for a way to waste the rest of my life. You know, to find an occupation, a cause, a fanatically consuming obsession which demands my every waking thought and calorie, and now I think I may … Continue reading

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The Beacon Home


Some come by to read a line or  two, see nothing here and soon move on their way.That I understand . Life is full of glances. But to you, who read  beyond an opening phrase I say this: Online we … Continue reading

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Poem What I Wrote


. Below is a poem I wrote when I was about twenty: It’s curious to feel but true That face I saw you smile last night Is now a thousand miles away Smiling at some other people’s faces I will … Continue reading

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