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For a Late October Evening…okay……Hallowe’en!!

October Evening                                           J Johnson Smith The moon creeps through the glimmering autumn mist to hang, a wolf’s eye, scarred by baring branches that loom overhead as a net to catch the fall.   The dark crowd stands around, silently akimbo … Continue reading

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Tastes of Christmas Present

10Dec2015          J.J.S. Nero’s i Gentle light flute, slow. Bass between the beat, counterpoint to lead, repeat. Fade flute for bass to counterpoint and softly run, realigned flute and bass. Soft key piano, counterpoint chords that chase each … Continue reading

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Lost; A Plea for Hallowe’en

Lost;  A Plea for Hallowe’en Lost, one mischievous imp’s trident. Where and when I can’t be sure I know it was an accident, Maybe waiting to happen. Dropped on the floor, in the gutter? It was a wet night, a … Continue reading

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Of Corfe

Of  Corfe In my recessed mind I see the layout of the station. Platform perched before a backdrop of stone-blocked, Empty-windowed ticket hall and waiting room. The lines, rusted brown but silver stripe atop Sneaking ahead passed a short, stubby … Continue reading

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Odd and a poem, with a little light j.Johnson Smith

Poem                                                                   28/7/15 A poet said to me  ‘the way to write, is to bring to light the germ of the idea using adjectives and verb to round the poem out but then to seer, excise, wipe-out the non- essential words … Continue reading

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Cats’ Corner

Cats’ Corner It was a stand-off, unblinking eyes linking in mutual distrust of each other as they met. The ‘outsider’ had walked nonchalantly along the dusty alley until he came to where the slatted fence panels stopped and opened onto … Continue reading

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Dog News! j. Johnson Smith Poems

Dog News! There’s a new dog on the block! She’s feisty and proud. Slinks through alleys where she isn’t allowed. Ignores the clock when the hands go round passing the time of the click of the lock. She’s hot! Brown … Continue reading

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