K Morris reading his poem ‘Owl’.

I’ve always felt an affinity with owls. My home is close to a historic park in Upper Norwood (a suburb of Greater London). From time to time, I hear the owls’ eerie cry, which brings to mind thoughts of my own mortality, coupled with the death of King Duncan in Macbeth.

 

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2 thoughts on “K Morris reading his poem ‘Owl’.

    1. drewdog2060drewdog2060 Post author

      Thanks for your comment. Yes quite a few of my poems do deal with the fragility of life and the mortality of living things, although I also enjoy writing humorous poems (particularly limericks). Best, Kevin

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