Dark mornings Twilit chill The countryside bleak with silhouette trees Snow falls Moods drop And sunshine falls off with the tilt of the earth Bleak are the days as the midwinter reigns Humans need symbols and signs to survive Lighting a candle Or pleading for warmth Opposes the fear that lie deep in our souls… Continue reading Winter Solstice
Acrylic on Cardboard © HMH, 2000
Welcome, Hanne! December 12, 2018 ~ T E Taylor Today I am pleased to host a visit from Danish author Hanne Holten. Welcome, Hanne. Would you like to tell us about your novel, Snares and Delusions? First, I want to thank you for this opportunity, Tim. Should I give a brief idea of the plot?… Continue reading Tim Taylor invited me to share my thoughts on writing, music, painting, cooking, and — last but not least — my publishing journey.
Mr McHeath, the would-be rock-star, Plays his bass and scorns the black ‘dots’ Travels abroad to practise the riffs But fate disappoints him: His chords go amiss. Later, back home he takes up his career. His band plays small gigs Mainly heard by his friends, His drinking companions, A rock-chick or two But day-jobs give… Continue reading Getting the Blues