I shouted at the TV last week, beyond the stilled fields recently ploughed of their prize, where now we wait and watch for new seeds where hope was replanted. I stopped to moo last week as you bellowed back at us from the not-so-stilled screen in our isolated living room- you’d be going toContinue reading “A BIG BULL CAN BE JUST A BIG BAG OF BULL”


  We stopped the telly and the tea to watch the thunder on Thursday; 1-100, 2-100, 3-100 we counted in between the light growing dimmer and that storm, coming closer. We watched from distant windows, catching breaths in between fears of catching colds while next-door neighbours pulled curtains over concerns, here, in a country whereContinue reading “THE POLITICS OF A SHAMROCK”


  There is a goat dancing in the parking lot and this train cannot proceed along its track, interlopers interrupt on intercoms; there are packages of suspicion on the trail up ahead and a goat in a lot dancing round the cars. There is a goat dancing in the parking lot as a woman tellsContinue reading “GLUTTONY HAS GOT THE GOAT”


  There’s a man travelling states building walls and closing gates, he used to be a showman, a businessman, a lover man, now he wants to be the townsman but what town could want this man? There’s a man crossing states with opinions out of date and he’s parading his delusions as if suggesting someContinue reading “THE AMERICAN DREAM”


  There are shadows falling shifting suspicions into shapes there are shadows falling features fading into fears There are shadows falling There are dreams waking as babies sleep under blankets there are dreams waking as stars diminish in darkening skies There are dreams disappearing within an impossible reality There are shadows in dreams there isContinue reading “CREATION IS FALLING”

India- Along the Road

  I’ve crossed continents, Curtailed time, Been somehow seduced By sleep while squeezed Into my single sized seat And swept, in one day, From winters winds To summers sun as seen Scorching over sabulous Sands, ignorant to the floods And rains and storms That have become my norm.   I am a homeless traveler, DisplacedContinue reading “India- Along the Road”

Paul Stephenson

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