PICTURING PARIS; RUNNING BY THE RIVER

Sunday morning run on ile Saint Germain, Paris south west… Where the city meets the Seine  A splash of colour on an, as yet, dull day  Better days- what we need right now The Bridges of Paris County! Nature is endless A bench beneath the bark  Fragility in the field  Framed gardens The human touch Continue reading “PICTURING PARIS; RUNNING BY THE RIVER”

CATCH THE KISSES

  Catch cotton kisses blowing briefly over bodies on beds, on beaches basking, baking. Catch kisses cuddled in cotton sheets freshly laid kisses caressing carefully closed curtains.  Kisses cuddled on sandy beaches as tides tick through time, tickling time with waves washing over us. Clean, crisp cotton kisses, candy kisses, too delicious to last tooContinue reading “CATCH THE KISSES”

GRACE IN THE GARDEN

My mother hangs memories on the wall of her garden in the land where her grandparents toiled, on a wall in the garden are my mother’s memories that not autumn, winter or summer can spoil. There are tea pots and trinkets and there are trophies and tack and mirrors watching time brushing past, and aContinue reading “GRACE IN THE GARDEN”

NO ROOM IN THE ARC

Falling… through time that never truly changes while never really stopping, through thoughts that cannot be accounted for, that cannot be considered accountable and still we are counting but not the cost. Falling… through floorboards of homes that are no more (did we invent the word war?) no more the heart at home, no moreContinue reading “NO ROOM IN THE ARC”

COLLECTIVE SOUNDWAVES

I am delighted to hear that the Nov/Dec edition of Collective Soundwaves features some of my poems along with highlighting many other outstanding voices.  Who are Collective Soundwaves: (in their own words) Collective Soundwaves features music from Soundcloud artists among different genres. The genres are divided into contemporary classical, cinematic/soundtrack, metal, electronic, ambient, rhythm and prose,  lyricalContinue reading “COLLECTIVE SOUNDWAVES”

Paul Stephenson

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na rudai ata i mo cheann

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