Tag Archives: rhyming verse
Announcing your arrival in a high-pitch buzzing-tone. As a tactic for survival, you’re seldom on your own. Red lumps display where you have been. Often felt, though rarely seen. But if I catch a glimpse of you, my … Continue reading
I don’t care what the experts say, sleep is such elusive prey, except when I’m at work. But hey… …can’t sleep at night, so I crash in the day.
It’s about time I showcased one of the poems that has been submitted to TAPP by the multi-talented performance poet, writer, illustrator (and occasional reader of this here blog) Max Scratchmann. So here it is : … Continue reading
Some of you may have noticed that I’ve had a long break from my blogging/publishing efforts. This was mainly due to illness and other pressing family matters, blah, blah, blah – I’ll save you the sob story… But I’m now … Continue reading
As it’s Valentines Day, I thought I’d share another poem from my archive with you: BRUISED EGO I lusted after Deborah from my first day at school. As did every other boy, her looks made them all drool. On Valentines … Continue reading