Tagged: poetry

Daffodil – a Poem from Aline Page

  Daffodil   Golden orb trembling, Moved by minuscule breeze, Humming with sunny vitality, Harnessing, seizes the day.   Ridged curvaceous petals and leaves unfurled, Flanking fluted trumpet firmly projects, Frilly-edged, heralding the presence...

Poetry from Aline Page

Storm Postmortem Storm battered and bruised by disappointments, Letting go of striving, struggles and stress; Confess to wasted effort, depletion and stuckness. Surrender to temporary inaction, relaxation, Time to research options and explore flaws,...

Poetry from Pat M

It’s our pleasure to present two poems from Pembrokeshire’s PAT M…     Really Bright Shooting Star   I know that we are not alone. Because someone lit a match in the doorway of...

Poetry by Aline Page

WORD CHAIN TRAIN by ALINE PAGE Roughness of apple bark presses into knees, Clinging, swinging, swaying, Right hand clasped to overhead branch. Listening, intensely, Spreading awareness across flat fields, Stretching, elongating Towards a thin...

A New Poem by Aline Page

                    The phrase that became the title for this poem came up in Nigel Summerley’s recent two-part interview with Aline Page… And Aline almost immediately...

Aline’s Story – A Poet’s Journey – 1

Regular readers of Pembrokeshire.Online will be familiar with the passionate poetry of Aline Page. But who is the woman behind the concise, incisive lines and carefully chosen words? PART ONE Aline had an idyllic...

Poems from Brian Jackson

  Night Thoughts I never could count sheep. A mind not given to gently grazing Rather thoughts reared behind a fence fed on roots deep under the surface. Dandelions and thistles nosed-out, rarely the...

Seasons Past – a Poem from Brian Jackson

  Seasons Past   Autumn leaves fallen, decomposing, veins exposed, frail and then no more, like lost memories of childhood, youth and past loves Struggling to hold onto the lost, Winter inexorably comes. Life’s...

Marc Mordey and a Message of Hope

  In keeping with Pembrokeshire.Online’s theme of looking for uplifting items, we asked local poet, part-time shepherd and pirate Marc Mordey what he felt had been good about 2021, he was quick to answer...