Poetry, Travel

The Traveller

All throughout         shrewd sea winds courted us Gangs of raucous avians       swim through the rain Loud aching cries of pain       echo As the luminous sea fog       erodes in skeins With the rising of  watery suns   Bluntly formless stone beasts rise        narrow lights slice…

Nature, Poetry, Travel

Sungazing

I lay down on a sun warmed patch of grass upon a hill, And looking up to cloud-flecked blue, it seemed that time stood still. The radiating warmth had wrapped my form in breezeless air, My eyes closed quite unconsciously, my mind had not a…