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Where did it go, that dream?

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , on June 13, 2010 by Tudor Rickards

Lost. It has been months since I wrote. In the garden, I newly see unruly shrubs and craters wrecking them which have appeared overnight. Wanton. The marking of aliens. Albert and the others are hiding. Tree branches have been ripped down but by what force?

Then the dream. It was like Caliban’s dream who woke up and howled in rage that he could not live his dream’s thousand sounds and sweetnesses.

Only one thought which sounded like a poem’s start.

Where did it go that dream?
Grasped nearly in the sheds of night …

A poet would want to finish it. Say it. Write it.

I will not.
I am
no
poet

TWITTERTWENTYTHREE GOOGLEUNDERATTACK

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on September 22, 2009 by Tudor Rickards

Google Flying Saucer

War of the worlds
Google under attack

Flagship of the blogospere
severely threatened

Flags red and silver
danger

Alien craftiness
revealed
in telltale runes

The bravest
in Twitter’s legions
cry out to warn


as Google draws back
and its denials fade
in ears of flattened corn

TWITTER GOOGLE AND THE ALIENS

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on September 17, 2009 by Tudor Rickards

Crop Circle

At last

In a Google doodle
a Da Vinci clue

Waiting armies
prepare
share messages
bit by bit

The Twitter legions stir
grasp coordinates
leading to deep wells

Crop circles
reveal invasion plans

A wreath
to innocence
is laid
at Bagshot Heath