Throwback Friday – Old Ground – EDC Writing

False dawn before the clock changewithin darkness comes his fallholes dug laid out before himloose words piled high ignoredheavy hands of time push backlet him swallow on his liesher tears wet overraked old ground subsides ..... Eric Daniel Clarke (aka EDC Writing) is an Englishman, raised and schooled in Devon close to its Somerset and … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Old Ground – EDC Writing

Throwback Friday, A Tiny Piece of Mother Earth, and Father Time Watching On, by Ivor Steven

Here's a poem I wrote in March 2018, two and a half years ago. In the two photos below you'll notice the addition more plants and especially this weeks planter-box in the centre under my bedroom window, where I've recently planted some Cucumber seedlings... Left-hand Image: March 2018. Right-hand Image: Today.A Tiny Piece of Mother … Continue reading Throwback Friday, A Tiny Piece of Mother Earth, and Father Time Watching On, by Ivor Steven

Throwback Friday, Where Have All the Good Times Gone, by Ivor Steven

A few years ago, I wrote a poem about Penny Farthing Bicycles, prompted by an article in the Geelong Advertiser newspaper, about the arrival in Geelong, of eight members of the Melbourne Bicycle Club in March 1880, as per featured picture above, courtesy of the Geelong Heritage Centre Collection. Then I was chatting with my … Continue reading Throwback Friday, Where Have All the Good Times Gone, by Ivor Steven