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Missing

Missing

David Lewis Paget He kept them locked in a tower, And I’ll let you guess the score, The thirteen women that disappeared To leave not a sign before. We thought […]

Liquid Rush

Liquid Rush

Sunset crystals mesh a candle of green flash caressed in golden thread rolling miles of foamy green music set in three quarter time a cacophony of seagulls hover liquid rush […]

Vengeance

Vengeance

David Lewis Paget She shouldn’t have been on the platform On that fateful day in June, The train she needed to catch would leave Later that afternoon, But I would […]

Autumn Stars.

Autumn Stars.

I sleep here beneath these autumn stars while I await the cloak of winter to guard me against winters harshest breath my earthly duties have come to an end as […]

Melancholy Moon.

Melancholy Moon.

Melancholy Moon. Touched by the sharpness of the very light that has drawn me here as i walk these hallways alone in search of you but all alone i am […]

Tax

Tax

David Lewis Paget This government’s greed’s cut into my need By taxing tobacco smoke, I needed my weed to concentrate, They’ve turned it into a joke. So how many lines […]

Dreamweaver.

Dreamweaver.

  I am the dreamweaver weaving your dreams of yet to be I am here woven inside of loose cobwebs stolen from all dreams of your by- gone days I […]

1400

1400

David Lewis Paget I’ve devoted my life to poetry Whenever I’ve had the time, Created whole towns and villages And even the people rhyme. There’s only supposed to be six […]

Godless

Godless

David Lewis Paget He was often at the market Signing books that no-one read, If they had, and known the target Then they’d not be lying dead. For the mystic […]

Coconut Ice

Coconut Ice

David Lewis Paget She lived in a strange old gabled house But she rarely came outside, I’d glimpse her up on the balcony But she’d see me, and she’d hide. […]