GUEST POST – MEMORIES FROM THE HEART BY HENRI CARTIER BROADWAY

Image by Christine Renney Memories we hold dear And the memories of a loved one lost We shall share Remembering as a child How she held you close The heartbeat of mother’s love Keeping away your fears The way she kissed your scraped knee The pain disappearing The way she wiped away your tears BringingContinue reading “GUEST POST – MEMORIES FROM THE HEART BY HENRI CARTIER BROADWAY”

GUEST POST – ‘SONG BIRDS’ by H C BROADWAY

Image by Christine Renney Listening to the most beautiful  Song Birds I’ve ever heard  Two suns shining on me  When I hear their voices,  My mind is free as if I  Were riding in the sky  Alongside my Song Birds  The answer to my prayers  Their voices lift me up  From the Dark Abyss of Life Continue reading “GUEST POST – ‘SONG BIRDS’ by H C BROADWAY”

THE COUNTRY & WESTERN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SINGER

Image by Christine Renney ChantingAll eyes on the piano stool toting murdererA hundred wooden splintered shards at his feetSun days he’d rocked and rolled, 1957Where had the motherfuckers been then?Leather jacketed greasy long hairsThey looked like girlsBut not his kind of girlsFerridays, pretty girls dancingSweatyBig leggedIn tight summer dressesWickedly guidingTongue and teethHands and hipsPutting theContinue reading “THE COUNTRY & WESTERN ROCK ‘N’ ROLL SINGER”

SOMETHING TO MEND

Image by Christine Renney It’s in the gutPacingThe postponementAnd when it seesAnd it hearsIt fades It’s not nowThat awful anticipationIt’s full blownAnd not at allRegular It’s in an unexampled actionThe methodical destructionOf handAnd bookcaseBlood smeared splintersAnd skin in the carpet Something to mend andTo clean andTo rebuildLike a lovebiteA bruiseSomething to hide