Throwback Friday, There’s a Penguin In My Courtyard, by Ivor Steven

Today I was prompted to revise my poem from June 2020, because I had just received a lovely hand-designed "Penguin Christmas Card" from my Philadelphia cousin. There’s a Penguin In My Courtyard (Revised) my courtyards a frozen pond cold enough for a penguin shards of ice lay upon the ground and a crisp sharpness cuts … Continue reading Throwback Friday, There’s a Penguin In My Courtyard, by Ivor Steven

Throwback Friday, Odds and Ends – The Ancient Tree, by Ivor Steven

There’s plenty of curiosity in these “odds and ends” pieces of poetry that I have compiled in my files, and this one I put together in January 2019. They were “verse comments” that I had made to some of my WordPress readers, about their posts at the time. I’ve not written one these for a while, and I’ve enough … Continue reading Throwback Friday, Odds and Ends – The Ancient Tree, by Ivor Steven

Throwback Friday – Forlorn – Eugenia

a flickering candle seduced dancing shadows that menace the moonlight upon cracked-plaster walls, a community of spidery abodes, their silken threads glimmer as the night moves. this old house creaks, its grand days succumbed to the harshness of yesteryear. faded photos silenced bear witness to graying shades of existence. no matter the season, I reminisce … Continue reading Throwback Friday – Forlorn – Eugenia