Tag Archives: perspective
Inspiration and perspective Start at A and Z is too far off But I didn’t start at A I came in at L… Can you hear the penny drop? Creaky cogs start to turn? No need to progress In a … Continue reading
You really know a Christmas present has been appreciated when, instead of a conventional Thank you letter you get a photo like this!
Someone likes what I did I bask in approval My veins are fizzling with praise Happy, I’m happy And welcome their view This opinion means such a lot My work doesn’t please I’ll not take it to heart But blame … Continue reading
I recently took part in a waiting exercise. It was one of those ‘installations’ that necessitated booking a fifteen minute slot. I duly turned up two or three minutes before my allotted time and was admitted to a tiny anteroom … Continue reading
Consider the way we look at things See what we’re usually blind to Just look at things another way.
A picture of life Painted bold in the sky When we stand in the grey And keep asking, Why? Just raise your eyes Step forward a bit And find, as I have That heaven replies.
Why do we sometimes feel Like being miserable When there is nothing Absolutely nothing To be miserable about? The sun is shining All is good But wayward thoughts Go off on a journey of their own Hunting for something to … Continue reading
When someone hurts me Do I cry Or just hit back Or question, why? If someone hurt me Who hurt them? What is their pain What’s driving them? Yes, someone hurt me But I found That I’d hurt them The … Continue reading
I wrote this poem a few days ago and life has been so hectic since that I didn’t even have time to post it. Now I look at it and think that when we are really busy, there may not … Continue reading