Category Archives: poetry

Birds That Fly

An unspoken token.
Perhaps a ring,
Or some other sundry thing,
Left behind
For a man to find
May cause his heart to sing,
Or ponder on why
Birds that fly
Leave a solitary feather
To remember them by.

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Each Lass

Each lass

Does pass

Before the glass.

 

After wine

Arms entwine

With brass.

 

Each lass

Does pass

Before the glass.

 

And after wine

Arms entwine

With brass.

 

 

 

The Poetry Foundation invites you to record a poem on Soundcloud


The Poetry Foundation invites you to record a poem, tag your verse and have it appear in their listings on Soundcloud.

You can choose from the poems on the Foundation’s website, or choose a poem of your own.

For further details please visit this link, https://soundcloud.com/poetryfoundation/welcome-to-record-a-poem.

You can find examples of me reading my work on Soundcloud here, https://soundcloud.com/kevin-stephen-morris.

A Young Lady Whose Name Is Lou

A young lady whose name is Lou
Married a billionaire who was 92.
But when he fell down the stair
A police inspector called Claire,
Couldn’t pin it on that young lady Lou!

I am now on Soundcloud

I am pleased to announce that I am now on Soundcloud. As of today (13/2/19) I have uploaded 4 poems onto my profile, all accessible here.

As Valentine’s Approaches

Faces

Forgot

Lou

As Valentines Approaches

As Valentines approaches
Girls finger brooches
Wondering which one to wear.
“Is that dress
Too short?
Or ought I
To show more thigh?”

Elsewhere, men with greying hair
Sit alone
And, reaching for the telephone
Make calls To girls who
(Strictly between me and you)
Have nothing to do
Other than to play
At Valentines, for a day.