Category Archives: Poets I respect


The Emerald Isle Shares its farewell For the poet himself One Dear Shane MacGowan The foot tapping heart happy Spirit one valour veiled Songster supreme He sure was proclaiming Audaciously flaming The Pogues And he so loved to dream A … Continue reading

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Blake was keen on Nature And how it made him feel It wasn’t scientific He was loathe to reveal What got him ticking over His truth was his and he Took it as his gospel And his philosophy. The artist … Continue reading

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Blake and his visions

Blake and his visions Lucid his dreams Conversations when sleeping Numinous screams Sighted and physically Bodies would be Waking his nightmares And setting him free From spiritual realms Recognising them he Mingled with spirits Of true reverie

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He was not a campaigner For he took the view Both sides had merit A bit like Lao Tzu He felt he’d transcended Escaping from all Perspective, not singular He got the call To speak to us all Where ever … Continue reading

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Banjo Paterson

Born in Binalong New South Wales In 1864 Turned out to be a bush poet His poetry was raw The outback saw his stories The swagman and his lot Took the name of Banjo From a horse A horse he’d … Continue reading

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Peter poet to god

Our AR hero is leaving And that really is a great shame A singer, a composer, a guitarist of note And videos too are his game So very much talent and full blown good grace And he is being called … Continue reading

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