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Two Magpies – Lough Atalia

Before me from the railtrack a magpie few Alone over the lake to trees Another for sorrow, of the piseog I thought: …

Merlin Woods – Spring Morning

The castle watches over landscape changed By mans creation, not the acts of war like before As in former times, this land …

To Walk the Camino

I, a walker, have long planned To walk the Camino way But life such plans have thwarted So I write here today …

Wanderlust

I want in my ears the music of unknown tongues From lands where I yet have not been Before my eyes the …

Little Lake, Big Dreams

The little lake, water lapping, little future Local lads, big dreams and ambitions Far away fields were greener than the stoney ones …

Visiting a Church at Vršac

This poem was written visiting Serbia for the first time nearly ten years ago now, if not more… It stands there like …

Morocco Through a Window

A thousand colours, little green These hills, where the Berber rode After him the Arab on steed Then French and Spanish on …

Temple to a Newer God

Where once they worshipped Apollo Zeus, other Gods and Pan There now stands the Church to the Son of God Made flesh, …

Neath Trees I Sit And Think A Bit

Neath trees I sit and think a bit As the noon day scorching sun He who with energy was fired is now …

Girl in Black, Child on a Swing

Shes young herself, not yet twenty Or at least she looks so to me And swings her child upon a swing And …

Kid in a Cart in Kosovo

This poem is a few years old. To this day, there are still Roma, Egyptian and Ashkali families in lead polluted homes, …

Are Both One Blood?

Some Arabs say that Celts they were, These Berber folk who in the Maghreb live, I see few similarities to my eye… …

Saint Theodore of Vrsac

Under the Holy Flag of Saint Sava Six hundred villages united, strong Rose under Theodor, for freedom to strike Living under the …

Arched Ceilings of the Pinkas Synagogue

“,”Arched Ceilings of the Pinkas Synagogue”,”Pragues picturesque Pinkas Synagogue in the Josefov district is now a museum to the fallen from the …

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