Winds scurry between Rafters hold the family Kozo paper home Dowse me in transience There were candles blistering Reflecting romance Form is her dancing Wildfowl fill the dawning skies Ruby Tuesday hums Taxidermy hopes Flitter as breath on the wind We belong to cats Proposed to hours as lovers The bee sting always lingers ©... Continue Reading →
They turn between stars As though songbirds in adore Lost souls floating together
Her soul was tarnished Soft touch and anxiety Waif in teardrop dreams Placing ever in distilled Life promised to his longing. © Phen Weston 2018
Ten thousand words sit parched on my lips, my lost love. Benevolent dreams, and how I wish your eyes sung songs of yesterday once more.
Crimson falls among Jasmines, insensate daughter of human disgrace, face of odium, who's heart now lay in garnets embrace. ********************** For 14 year old Yasmin Rashad al-Zarou, a victim of Murder.
I hold her gaze as her thoughts wander- nude within- moving so little we'd come so far- abandoned- limited- to face our fear- Poem © Phen Weston 2015
Do our dreams dampen? Deluge dashing between drops, distant rivers burst.
Hello beautiful World, How are you all today? Hopefully enjoying the beautiful gift of life we have all been given? So, today I have a big announcement! The completion and publication of my second book, titled ‘The Silent Balance’. This book is the collected works of my Waka poetry over the last year. It contains... Continue Reading →