Tuesday, 27 March 2018
Monday, 26 March 2018
Sunday, 25 March 2018
Thursday, 22 March 2018
Report on 'A Welsh Grammar' is my International Poetry Day contribution.
"The use of a recent Welsh-English Dictionary with this handbook is recommended" - S. J. Williams
Seeking the names of the four winds
in the points of the compass I came
to springs and streams on tops of hills
trickling amongst huge rocks and a bright sky.
Below I saw a new village being built
and an old house being pulled down.
A man was selling his land
and another man was catching fish.
Later I learned the names of trees
mountains rivers and streams
where people lived and washed their clothes.
Eating their food I heard the merry cuckoo.
The wood was dressed in leaves and
in gardens girls picked bouquets of lavender
lilies, red roses and stinging nettles.
A wheat-reaping party worked in a field.
(Genteel Messages - Poetry Monthly Press)
Wednesday, 14 March 2018
There are some remarkable people in the world.
Stephen Hawking, now gone from us, was one of them. His contribution to our understanding of the universe is immense. If you wish to read my tribute to him please type the following poem title into the blog searchbox:
Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Thursday, 8 March 2018
An experimental poem titled 'Wunderkind' is to be found here complete with sources - simply enter the title in the blog search box and click the button.
Having discovered it you might like to write one yourself?
To sum up:
E = P/Wk2
is a Poet
and Wunderkind too.