I Whispered.

whisper | ˈ(h)wispər | verb  speak very softly using one's breath without one's vocal cords.   literary (of leaves, wind, or water) rustle or murmur softly.  [usually in singular] a slight trace; a hint:  ORIGIN Old English hwisprian, of Germanic origin; related to German wispeln, from the imitative base of whistle https://youtu.be/dP3QOi1Nb7A A reading of I Whispered, from the forthcoming collaborative volume of new lyrical ballads, Archery In The … Continue reading I Whispered.

Ceremony at 19:19

Moonlight milk and honey balm Croham Hurst's acred boughs. Sacred beech, I approach, heavy browed, with gift for the archbishop's palm. . His Grace, at the bar, dishevelled glasses, resplendent, resembling ale keg, East German anarchist, bon viveur, hedge, and cavalier, proves himself a carefree dancer. . With ceremony of taper, of mantled candles: tea … Continue reading Ceremony at 19:19

Twelfth Night Regards.

epiphany | əˈpifənē | noun (plural epiphanies) (also Epiphany) the manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi (Matthew 2:1–12). • the festival commemorating the Epiphany on January 6. • a manifestation of a divine or supernatural being. • a moment of sudden revelation or insight.  https://youtu.be/TI5O7W6veZc Selected from the forthcoming Experiments In Fiction release, Archery In The U.K. (New Lyrical Ballads & Other Poems) by Ingrid … Continue reading Twelfth Night Regards.

The Best of Whitney Houston.

Coupled beneath heavy blankets they dozed, untroubled by weather; inspired, betroved. After first, second, third, breakfast, they rose; shadows in candlelight glow, unclothed. The kissing of hallowed relics in Durham is allowed, I’ve heard. As is the giving of chips to crows. In the cenotaph garden at Amble, the clocks are still, for the living. … Continue reading The Best of Whitney Houston.