Amy and Ivory

This world can be kind of heavy, Sweet,Torment at the corner of every street,Lies, diseases, crime that squeezes every single drop,Of energy from your body till you could drop. Helping people’s a noble quest,But sooner or later you have to … Continue reading Amy and Ivory

Lighter Than Air

Drift among the bulrushes, Each sweet and scented flower, Lace wings that blur into life, cascading, Miniature dewdrop shower. Tiny body, matchstick arms, The unknown minutiae stroke and feel, Falling hair like spun gold cobweb, A thing of nature, quite unreal. Alight upon a flower’s petal, Walk a path along its stem, Little men and tiny ladies, In worlds invisible to them. So, fly away into the sunrise, Summer’s here, the meadows sing, Lighter than air, as fleet as fancy, Simple disappearing thing.   (c) Paul Ferry 2005 Continue reading Lighter Than Air