Monthly Archives: October 2015

From a Cliff

Up on the cliff high above the grey swelling sheen I munch my lunch under bright cloud-covered sun and dream of riding a vessel on that choppy stream nonchalantly sailing towards the distant horizon. Far out over the turmoil of … Continue reading

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Haiku from 22nd October 2015

1. Waiting for his mum with The Dude gone off to bed. Night of drawn out hours. 2. Frustration again performing tasks I loath and having been chastised 3. Don’t let negative issues fester into worse. Conflict resolved. Malek Montag, … Continue reading

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Haiku for Today

Shimmer on your way past Folkestone and Minnis Bay. Sea swimming away.   Malek Montag, Kent. 2015

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Haiku for today

When it all goes to pot and you haven’t got a clue. That Monday feeling. Malek Montag, Kent, 2015

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Light

I stir before night gives way, while dark’s steely grip keeps closed my thick, heavy drapes. Under a welcoming duvet I wait till brightness seeps through a chink forming shapes I know, then I join the day. [Inspired by National Poetry … Continue reading

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Road Not Taken

Image on coloured (blue) paper in India ink, inspired by Robert Frost’s poem of the same name,

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Microwave

Mother was doing that thing she did. That thing with the rag in the sink where she wrung and dried it with a flick. The microwave was smelly. Outside a car stood by the curb. He sat inside it. “Are … Continue reading

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