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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

I’m bankrupt! I have “writer’s block”. I’m reclusive because I can’t get a job interview and just keep looking on the net. So, to cheer me up I thought that I would share some oldies. I hope you like them; I did:

dusk—
the light goes out
with the tide

evening shower
the cricket chirps once

fishing village
the bow lanterns fade
in the dawn

9 comments:

John McDonald said...

keep your spirits up Martin - enjoyed these too
john

Alan Summers said...

Likewise.

It's disgraceful that greedy financiers have caused worldwide problems and affect fine people like you.

Here's to things getting better. all my best, and glad you can still post wonderful poetry.

Alan

nora said...

Lovely poem, Martin. Wishing you good fortune.

martin said...

Thanks John, Alan, and Nora...

Cheers,

martin

Gillena Cox said...

fishing village
the bow lanterns fade
in the dawn

this one's my favourite: the light, fading into the new light of morning, and hope; which every new day brings.

A Prayer and a Wish for a turn of events which improves your present situation soon.

much love
gillena

Wandering spirit said...

Lovely poems. I wish everything gets better on you, Martin.

Wandering spirit said...

Lovely poems. I wish everything gets better on you, Martin.

Yansidara said...

These oldies are beautiful Martin.

martin said...

Thanks Gillena, Wandering Spirit, Yansidara...