Adam Latham : Writing

The Road To Danbury Fair

The Road To Danbury Fair

A Poem by Adam Latham


I met her going to the fair, Upon a country road. A bow was tied about her hair Which to her shoulders flowed. The spark of youth shone in her eye..
The Steady Peal Of Church Bells

The Steady Peal Of Church Bells

A Poem by Adam Latham


The steady peal of church bells Rang out without a care, Borne on a biting east wind With snowflakes in the air. The warming chimes were carried..
Death Of A Chieftain

Death Of A Chieftain

A Poem by Adam Latham


The people bore their leader home, His body now an empty shell, A clotted mess of blood and loam From off the field on which he fell. The day was ..
Rhiannon The Mystic

Rhiannon The Mystic

A Poem by Adam Latham


There is a cottage by a disused well, And in it lives a strange and haggard crone, Knock on her door and she will give a tell Of future moments yet..
Emma

Emma

A Poem by Adam Latham


The static hours of night she keeps Locked up inside her sheets, And so much like a child she sleeps, Contented and at peace. She does not move an..
I Only To The Stars

I Only To The Stars

A Poem by Adam Latham


I only to the stars would fly above If I could take you too, my love. For sailing God's celestial sea Means not as much as you to me. I only to th..
The Hoodoo Sea

The Hoodoo Sea

A Poem by Adam Latham


Where is my left? Where is my right? What is this mist That eclipses the light? What are my bearings And where is the sun? I cannot go back An..
Sleep

Sleep

A Poem by Adam Latham


Rest now that sweet delightful head Upon the bosom of your bed, Shut tight those eyes and drift away On dreams on unreality. And let the sandman t..
I Left My Cares Upon The Clouds

I Left My Cares Upon The Clouds

A Poem by Adam Latham


I left my cares upon the clouds That drifted slowly up on high, And watched unburdened from the ground As each one floated gently by. The breeze s..
A Forgotten Love

A Forgotten Love

A Poem by Adam Latham


Would that I could remember her face, Her glorious smile and feminine grace, And would that I could a memory stir To recall the days that I spent w..