Book of poetry and Rambles
Rambles are witty pieces of work that look at traditional subjects or modern phrases in a quirky and humorous manner.
These poems and rambles were written in a Tin Hut on the beautiful Gower coast near the delightful village of Llanmadoc.
This book echoes the natural beauty, harsh nights and cold winters. The author spent two years away from society and the trappings of modern life and technology in a bid to move through difficult life experiences.
This is the first of a series that explores some dark periods in the life of a Welsh Poet. These sit side by side with humorous pieces of random and abstract rambles.
- Format: Digital Edition
- File Size: 739 KB
- Print Length: 120 pages
- Published: First Edition, 26 Aug 2013
- Language: English
A little taster from the Naked Welsh Poet ………….
Clear as Night
When birds have no song and the clouds have moved on
The night is so clear and the moon seems so near
When the stars look so bright and twinkle extra light
They say they hold the souls of our old
Of our lost and loved, our special ones above
They watch as we cry and miss them up high
Our lives are blessed when to them we confess
All our days that are bad and things that keep us sad
We miss them so much and the warmth of their touch
From the skies so high they can hear our sigh
Those stars shine bright and keep us in sight
They watch and protect, their warmth they project
They twinkle from above and fill us with love