Finally Learning to Fly

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

Reunited

and then, atop a mess of soaked Egyptian cotton while water trickled from an overturned bedside vase as if savoring a cool spring after a week lost in the Sahara Remy and Anäis devoured each other playing each other's bodies like musical instruments - he was the sax, she the violin - until their harmonics … Continue reading Reunited

The Award Ceremony

by Paul Raworth Bennett Thinking briefly that he was dreaming - that he wasn't really in that packed theatre after all - Remy leaned forward in his seat, grasped the sides of his walker, and wobbled to his feet. Softly taking her husband's forearm, Anaïs began to rise as well. "I'm okay. Really, I'll be … Continue reading The Award Ceremony

Remy, the Unwitting Electrified Jedi Army

🙂 To hear this poem, use the player below. 🙂 Remy, the Unwitting Electrified Jedi Army by Paul Raworth Bennett After decades of fruitless, frantic searching Remy finally found Heart-Kettle's electric cord, and Into a gentle current of warmth and love He finally plugged it, feeling rather chuffed that At long last, he'd conquered himself, And … Continue reading Remy, the Unwitting Electrified Jedi Army