Tag Archive: Writing Verse

May 14

Winter and Spring.

Winter and Spring. Through my window gazing at the rain and the snow Feeling the chill when the east winds do blow. The monochrome sky a requiem to summer long gone A nostalgic recall of the warmth of the sun Days grow shorter without a care For mere mortals who the darkness must bear Summer …

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Apr 27

LANZAROTE

LANZAROTE Soft sea shimmers in the sun  Sleepy sunbeds face the sea Such a sparkling sultry sigh But there’s more to see than shore.  Leave your sunbeds, leave the sea Glorious landscape lies within Gloopy lava, lunar like  Lonely lookouts, looming cliffs.  Caverns, castles, culture too Creative crafts,  contemporary arts Come you must by cycle, …

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Apr 05

Workshop facilitated by Norman Warwick

Workshop facilitated by Norman Warwick For Lanzarote Creative Writing Group 10th March 2017 all following created after read-around and discussion of IF YOU WANT TO WRITE A SONG ABOUT THE MOON  by Paul Simon See Group Session: Workshop: A Song About The Moon  TIME TRAVELS an ensemble work by LCWG   Time passes through the …

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Mar 28

SONG ABOUT THE MOON

SONG ABOUT THE MOON LANZAROTE CREATIVE WRITING GROUP workshop  Bar Cohiba Costa Teguise Friday 10th March 2017 Introduction Sue is away this week, so I’d like to offer this once in a lifetime opportunity to create some wonderful time-stilling poetry that she would be proud to include on the Writers End blog. I cannot promise …

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Feb 23

A New Tide

A New Tide A poem by one of our members: There is a new tide washing on our shores Floating shattered souls our way A flotsam of broken dreamsAnd we are so afraid So afraid of the loss of hope So afraid of the hungry eyes So afraid that we too will be washed away …

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Aug 23

Crossing the Rubicon

Crossing the Rubicon   If you suffer that sore affliction That comes with a profound addiction To the drug that adjusts your social attitudes Increases your social platitudes The harbinger of the temporary smile Changes the mindset though only for a fleeting while When your life’s problems become too much Loneliness, despair, malcontent and such …

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Jul 20

Ghost Story: a poem

Ghost Story: A poem   As a response to the Writing Session brief ‘Write a ghost story‘ I decided on an impulse to try it as a poem:   Late, unlamented… The first time he saw, from the corner of his eye, The light in the mirror, he didn’t know why, But he found himself …

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May 30

Life’s Considerations

Life’s Considerations. Shall you live without charity? Without honesty or decency Or morality With yourself be prepossessed With material things be obsessed Ignore the weak and dispossessed Forget the basics of humanity Forget the basics of Christianity Shall you consider a fool He who would live by the unwritten rule Of civility and courtesy, Taught …

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Feb 22

HOLY WAR by Chris Want

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  HOLY WAR by Chris Want     I’d spent the night in the watch house Damp of foot, driven mad by louse Longing for light, yet when it came Battle commenced, always the same. Pure Hell this was, day after day. Yet for us there was no other way.   ***   Religious leaders …

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Jan 31

Poem by Ray Targett: Loneliness

Poem by Ray Targett: Loneliness   This is a reflective poem relating to ageing and loneliness … Loneliness Old man, old man, all alone, Sit you yet in your humble home? Dreaming of childhood, adolescence, Your life past, your life present. Friendships made, friendships lost, You were never one to count the cost. There’s no loving …

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