Do you remember Paris on occasions when Spring winds Wash in from the east and the sound of drinks on terraces Sweep over the city, recalling those lazy days- a lifetime ago, Before we knew London together or what it would be like to part? Do you, do you remember Paris, my room, our loveContinue reading “Remember”

A Little Repose

You haunt me, you know, your park benches empty in the shadows of moonlight And your lamplights; desolately romantic as if longing for a lovers embrace. I know not why you have called me out of them all. A million people Thread through your streets everyday, every night, yet I am the one With penContinue reading “A Little Repose”

Deuxième Peau/ Second Skin

You are my armor To the world. My shield To forge in front, to fight The battles of which I, myself alone, unmasked And naked, am far too fearful for.   You are my role Upon the stage of life When the lights are on and the audience Shifts slightly in their seats- Judging myContinue reading “Deuxième Peau/ Second Skin”


I drifted away once, Carried off by a delusional dream Of how it all could be- Consumed and captured, Completely confused And so far removed From everything Palpable And intrinsically valuable That I forgot for a while Who I was, What I had And how to return. I was swept away once, long ago, ByContinue reading “Ripples…”

Sunday Morning Rituals/Yesterday Once More

From your bedroom This morning, This ordinary Sunday morning In September As I holidayed at home And watched from the window The saucy shadow of winter Teasing the sun’s final rays from the garden, The scent of your hairspray came Floating through the air And transported me Through a lifetime of living To that otherContinue reading “Sunday Morning Rituals/Yesterday Once More”

Paul Stephenson

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