"I lose the modern touch
And words that once were foreign catch
Jackie Wearing's poem broods upon life's autumn ...more
Jackie Mallinson muses on the fate of autumn in our modern urbanised world ...more
"I would cast adrift my boat on such a morning, lift my sails, and contentedly slip on to pose a question in some other place.''
Jackie Mallinson is awake and alert to pssibilities on a bright new day ...more
Jackie Mallinson's poem says our modern times have created too harsh a climate for romantic love ...more
"My dream is like a softness on the air...''
Jackie Mallinson finds more knowledge in dreams than in tele-mentored talk, talk, talk ...more
Jackie Mallinson's poem resignedly recogises the harder path to follow ...more
In the darkness of an English winter Jackie Mallinson's poem reminds us of light summer nights, and the joy of again seeing swallows ...more
In Jackie Mallinson's poem the glimpse of a fox in the night prompts thoughts of the rights and goodness of humankind ...more
“I’ll bet you shudder every time
The sky turns grey.
All that rain...''
The rain is coming in, and the builder comes to inspect the roof. Jackie Mallinson's poem will make every homeowner go outside to apprehensively stare upwards ...more
"But I know my rights are someone else’s wrongs...''
Jackie Mallinson's poem points the way to a peaceful world ...more
Jackie Mallinson's wonders how a man would cope with the gift of a woman's total love ...more
Jackie Mallinson's poem calls for a perspective which reveals that a garden is far bigger than our dreams ...more