The spookiest month, The time for Jack O’ Lanterns. While our farms go bust. Haiku poetry. (c) Deano Parsons. 2021. Header photo: Sloatgardens.com Continue reading Spooky Economics
When life does not go your way.When your world falls apart.When your outlook is grey.Yes, you can do this. When trouble lurks at your door.When there’s no way forward.When the outcome looks poor.You, you can do this. When your self-belief … Continue reading Yes, You Can Do This
Haiku is a form of poetic writing that originates in Japan. Haiku is not a rhyming form of poetry. In Japan, it is usually written as one line but today, here in England, we tend to present it in three … Continue reading About Haiku
“I will honour Christmas, in my heart, and try to keep it all the year….”– Charles Dickens. A poem by Deano Parsons. Winter’s Magical Eve.Villages lit by twinkling lightsThe chill wind shocks with frosty bitesWindow displays of gifts and treesWhile … Continue reading Winter’s Magical Eve
“Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus. A pathway of autumnal glowWhen Nature bows her head for rest.While trees prepare for season’s flowLike rust upon what summer blessed.The morning dew drops hang like … Continue reading Life’s Leafy Pathway
“If you want to keep a secret, you must also hide it from yourself.” – George Orwell ‘1984’. (In keeping with the above quote, I have not kept a copy of what the code below spells out. Since forming this … Continue reading Crack the Poetic Code.