LIFE BEGINS AT…

  A new start, A new life Amid the shadows Of one already Lived, Years ago, A lifetime before, Before me, Before I, Before this person I’ve become While time has shifted And birthdays were counted And all the while The past Lingered, Called, Reminded me Of all I once left, So easily, So casually,Continue reading “LIFE BEGINS AT…”

FROM THE SILENCE

There is silence As if all the world is hiding As if every soul is sleeping As if every breath is breaking As if every person’s perishing In the silence There is silence As my eyes they drown in tears For the loss of days and years For the thoughts that became fears While theContinue reading “FROM THE SILENCE”

SCENE IN EUROPE, SCENE 10, PORTUGAL, PEACE AND…

  Scene in Europe, Scene 10, Portugal, Peace and…    Henry spent the first two days of the Portugal leg of his trip in Lisbon, amid a wave of modern architecture in stark contrast with its older, neighbouring terracotta rooftops of charm and a sea of towering cranes best seen from the sleek cable-stayed VascoContinue reading “SCENE IN EUROPE, SCENE 10, PORTUGAL, PEACE AND…”

AT THE RISING SUN; Tunisia, Remembering Brighter Days

  Shandy shades of dust speckle the ground And gallant tones of green Dot the landscape From which the scent of olives ooze, Before mixing with the aromas of musk, Distant Morocco And the comical smell of buring tires. At dusk, I am driven by a blind taxi driver- Judging by his driving- Along aContinue reading “AT THE RISING SUN; Tunisia, Remembering Brighter Days”

SCENE IN EUROPE, SCENE 9, ABERDEENSHIRE

Scene in Europe, Scene 9, Aberdeenshire, Roses and Thorns        Sophie and Marty were sitting across from an ancient dovecot, amid the topiary gardens of Craigievar Castle, on a hill in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, not far from the Queen’s summer retreat in Balmoral which they’d driven through earlier in the hope of a royal glimpse butContinue reading “SCENE IN EUROPE, SCENE 9, ABERDEENSHIRE”

Paul Stephenson

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