DAY 21 – Aug 23 we are changing


the inner

and the outer



faster than Darwin

ever thoughta


changing rooms around


taking pictures down


not like deckchairs

on that fatal boat

for we have clocked the iceberg

we will chart a course in time

we will stay afloat


what we thought

we’d need

choose a side

and run to it

at speed

to get the balance


shift a bed

move a sofa in

turn a chair

make space

to let the air

find a new path

into your head.

See also poems read out loud at

My book of poems, A Day At A Time In Rhyme (Littlefox Press) can be found here:

or on the SHOP page of this very website.

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