They turn between stars As though songbirds in adore Lost souls floating together
*Although I write many Katauta poems (a traditional form of Waka), none of them are really complete. Traditionally Katauta's are one half of an exchange between poets, friends, family, lovers. A melding of minds, beauty, ideas and form... So, if anyone would like, below is one that I have just written... I would be honoured for... Continue Reading →
Autumn winds may chill that frosty night, but clear skies bare heavens waiting beauty. Poem © Phen Weston 2014
Serrated storm clouds Lusciously form and reform, But warm homes enhance the view. © Phen Weston 2014
(The internet in the hotel is like my mind usually is (somewhere else), so I haven't been able to catch up with the awesome comments from you all. I hope you're all well though and taking care! Here's a quick Katuata before the internet vanishes again) Miles walked and blisters, Belgium beer goes down smooth,... Continue Reading →
(Brains melted, but wanted to do something!) Summer colds capture Thoughts, ol' thumping mushy peas, Warming daze, haze, brain drizzle.