Author Archives: Katherine

About Katherine

I like art, poetry,history, literature,cooking,doing nothing to music.And conversation

Fortunately, he cannot bite

I dream  at nights of my old friends My husband and his loving hands I dream of all the cats we  had Alfred who slept on  the bed He laid his head upon my foot As I wrote  a poem … Continue reading

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Beyond

Of Genocide.  who could sing or write Just silence,impossible and stark Yet was transmuted in a   poet’s mind Into a dance of final light and dark Walking to their death by Mozart’s  sound Their special prayers were offered,what great trust … Continue reading

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Cliches

He got his hooks into my   bleeding heart He trapped me with a  stone which had no moss In Plato’s Cave I saw but shadows long I wondered why I let him be my boss All my eggs were in … Continue reading

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Awesome  now means  medium at best

Rubbish is  just something we don’t need Or something  not worth mending   we believe Where nonsense may be foolish talk or jest Or English humour at its lethal best There is no Judge, it’s people who decide Whether it is … Continue reading

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What is nonsense in the modern age?

To write nonsense one   must think it first Then translate thought into a  little verse But what is nonsense in the modern age? The more I hear, the more I feel enraged. Yet Lewis Carrol made a lot of notes … Continue reading

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History’s oldest hatred?

http://theconversation.com/antisemitism-how-the-origins-of-historys-oldest-hatred-still-hold-sway-today-87878 Extract Yet Justin’s concern was not really with Jews. It was with his fellow Christians. At a time when the distinction between Judaism and Christianity was still blurred and rival sects competed for adherents, he was striving to prevent gentile converts … Continue reading

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O wounded heart

O wounded heart,I cannot heal your pain I shall bear it  as it still  remains But why should I forgive  the one who broke My tender  heart, my love and all I wrote/ The pride of men, the  anger soon … Continue reading

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The more we hide

More defences make us feel more pain As if by building walls we  make more real The  fantasies  we’ve formed in our own brain The murderers and the thieves all know our name They  watch our door to enter and … Continue reading

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Be off,old death

I read novels so the time goes by I hate to be at leisure,I’m so tense They stop me thinking   that all  creatures die Why  do I kill time,  we have   few days? Fearing death we add the great pretence … Continue reading

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What nonsense

Writing nonsense is extremely hard Writing rubbish verses can annoy Nonsense has some style, some meaning too Gyre and gimble till the spies  find you Read aloud it makes me laugh and cry Borogroves are woods where mancipes die Wabe … Continue reading

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The ink monitor

We used to make the ink   before the class Powder  stirred in  water  turned it black On the desk  were double  lids of brass Sliding  back revealed the well ,its lack  After  sums we  learned to write in ink A … Continue reading

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  Thoughts annihilate

Postmodern poetry has no formal shape No sonnet,villanelle or rondeau there Nor is it true or false that we are apes A sentence made from curses aggravates Makes   even slight hurts something we can’t bear Postmodern poetry has no formal … Continue reading

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