On the occasion of my first born; the boy, starting school, I wrote this. It’s inspired by how I felt watching him do climbing the other day. Hope you enjoy it. If you do, follow the links at the bottom to see some of my less upbeat poetry. Climb Tiny fingers they were Now strong, […]Read more "Climb – a poem for my son"
Hi everyone, I couldn’t resist one more longer poem. I was thinking of poor Philip Jeffires and wanted to tell his story in a longer sequence of haikus. Here it is. The title is an indulgence on my part but it seemed appropriate. Merry Christmas Mr Jeffries It’s lonely in here Metal walls echo my […]Read more "Merry Christmas Mr Jeffries – a haiku sequence"
I’ve been thinking of doing something for Bobby Briggs for a while. I was lucky enough to meet Dana Ashbrook in 2014 and he was such a genuine, gracious chap that I grew in appreciation of his character even more. I struggled for inspiration, however, until I remembered the scene in season 3 when he […]Read more "Just a Photograph – a haiku sequence"
Anyone who watches What the Haiku! will know that I can’t go more than a month without coming back to one of my favourite characters: Dick Tremayne. In his honour then, I have composed some limericks – my first attempts at this form of poetry. Limericks have a fairly strict structure in terms of rhyme […]Read more "Are you still seeing this…? Some limericks"
Hi everyone, OK, this is my last Twin Peaks poem (besides the daily haikus) for a while. I had one more to get out of me but I’m aware that I’ve been filling news feeds with this stuff and I should probably stop for a time before I outstay my welcome. This last form I wanted to […]Read more "The Battle of the Bob Bubble – a poem"