Category Archives: Poetry

Deep in the any space place

SCATTERED UNTHINKINGS: Somewhere between REWIND and FASTFORWARD 5/12/2013 Calcutta, India The land of the flow. No time to think about the future as the present devours you. Just when you think you have the space for a timely thought it … Continue reading

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Ten Minutes at Ten o’clock

Transcend                                Into me.                                                                  and from within,                                                                                                            out. My social formula is measured by your ability to: Amuse, Arouse or Inspire. This is the criteria of my anthropic desire. Wisdom and a Woman at the tram stop. 10pm, … Continue reading

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Now marking a year abroad

reMelbourniscent Today, the national holiday in Australia, Marks a year abroad Here are my thoughts and feelings spewed into print, As last night I couldn’t sleep     Reminiscent, of a city far from me, yet very vivid to my … Continue reading

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Its a long and winding road.

The Morocco Diary Last August/September I spent the month hitch-hiking around Morocco. I took with me a small backpack, enough to fit two changes of clothes, a tin cup, a blanket and a scrapbook. Here are some of the excerpts … Continue reading

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A tribute to adjusting in Spain

A Spanish Afternoon So today I had a very Spanish afternoon, What’s that you ask? What made it Spanish? Sunshine? The beach? The bodega? Well it was an afternoon that I wanted to do things, you know, in Spain. Things … Continue reading

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