Raymond G Taylor is an author based in Kent, England.
For fifteen frantic furlongs
Filly ‘Freddy’s Fancy’ flew.
Flawlessly furrowing field,
Fancy followed few.
First fifth, ‘fore fourth,
By Raymond G. Taylor2 months ago in Poets
Sighting spectres seems scary says Susan.
Seeing seven such sights Sunday
Sure set Sue screaming.
Proper poetry presently prevented,
Prophetic piffle profess.
Poet pleads prosaic poverty,
Preventing poetic prowess.
Parson perpetual pulpit preaching?
Portable piss-pot prepares.
Prevents privation prevailing,
Pleasurably passes prayers.
In countryside homes there’s a saying,
That brown hens are better at laying.
You can boast all you like,
Of your buffs and your whites,
There is a cool place by the Beck
That boasts many parks and a Rec,
They say that a Starman
Once played there, guitar and
For many long years at a time
I’d try to write poems that rhyme.
My girlfriend said “Stop!”
These attempts you must drop.
There was a gravedigger named Brown
Who buried a man upside down.
He said it’s appalling,
The deceased’s lifetime calling
There was a young lady from Deal,
Who liked to eat raw orange peel.
She said she had tried
It boiled, baked, and fried
Perspectives on art
Barbara Hepworth: Art and Life
Looking up at Art one: Constable
Looking up at Art two: Francis Bacon
By Raymond G. Taylor3 months ago in Journal
Barbara Hepworth (1903–1975), elected a Bard of Cornwall, is one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. At the forefront of international modern art, deeply spiritual, and passionately engaged with science and technology change.
Wild Atlantic roar ~
Timeless moving ever on ~
Fleeting shore embrace
By Raymond G. Taylor3 months ago in Poets