by Paul Raworth Bennett many years ago under sunny skies as a young eagle who hadn't learned to fly I watched with fascination another eagle, high overhead, soaring the blue commanding the thermals he landed before me offered a fresh-caught salmon which I devoured his eyes called my name instantly, we were friends idolizing this … Continue reading Finally Learning to Fly
Several times during the party I'd look across at you Feel your laughter, and admire The way you sat - crossed legs, slender ankles The way you moved your fine-boned, tender hands The smile in your eyes - sparkling, loving The way you touched your hair - exquisite! And then everyone else in the room … Continue reading At the Party
(for Woman Unknown) your steadfast heart is a sturdy easel supporting my spirit as I unleash myself upon life's canvas slather the colours, spill the paint mix ugly tones with vibrant hues, and then throw up my hands, hurl the canvas and start once again your nimble mind is a brilliant candle lighting my brief passage through life with … Continue reading Why I Adore You
🙂 To hear this poem, use the player below. :-)The Wordsby Paul Raworth Bennettin my mind liveflocks of colourful wordsoffspring of thoughts and feelings and dreamsspawn of pleasure and painin kaleidoscopic swirls theyhover and dartcaptivating my awareness, lifting my spirits,derailing the train called logical thinkingdissolving my sense of timecreativity has a way ofinspiring my heartigniting … Continue reading The Words
by Paul Raworth Bennett As Valentine's Day approaches, many of us think about love - but what exactly is it? Ask someone and they'll quite likely utter "hmm… well… uh… gee…"… The essence of love is rather tough to capture, because we experience it in so many ways! There's the love shared by men and women... by pets and their owners... … Continue reading What, Exactly, is Love?