Tag Archive: Nature

The Blue Tree

A poem inspired by the painting of a friend of mine, Admire Ncube. The blue tree Welcomes me The blue tree Speaks to me The blue true Transports me I tumble into its… Continue reading

Performance At Smallhythe Gallery This Saturday

I am delighted and honoured to be able to announce I will be reading a set of poetry on the theme of nature at the Smallhythe Gallery, near Tenterden. The gallery is hosting… Continue reading

Show Me Something Beautiful

Show me something beautiful And I will write about it Demanded the poet Well were do I begin The Universe replied What about the wind through the trees The song of the birds… Continue reading

My Favourite Symphony

My Favourite Symphony There’s nothing like a good album When you want to chill The sounds The musicianship My ears can’t resist They take sip after sip My favourite album to chill to… Continue reading

A Poem Three Ways  

I like how through the translation the words have a life if their own.

Rain Chimes

Rain drops patter With this sweet world They natter They soothe and they chime They make a sound Simply sublime They refresh And they restore Letting the world Become beautiful Once more Simultaneously… Continue reading

The Beauty of Rain Drops

The drop Descends On air currents It bends Until it reaches The sea The drop merges The ripples fade Until again It is Infinite And unmade Dave James Horn ©

The Summer Moon

The moon rises It hypnotises And shakes off It’s daytime disguises Riding upon the turning tides The warm evening air And a thousand awestuck stares Captured in grainy photos On the camera phone… Continue reading

Wild Places

Where the wild things grow Where the dirt meets my toe This is the greatest joy I ever need know The places left behind by people The places where the wifi can’t reach… Continue reading

The Garden Friend

There is one tiny thing That makes our Forests sing On the wing Keeping our gardens In rich organic bling It’s small and humble Sometimes it may fumble But from plant to plant… Continue reading