James McFadyen : Writing

Haiku 5

Haiku 5

A Poem by James McFadyen


Sentries of bluebells cresting the mantle of snow blemish skin so pure.
Haiku 4

Haiku 4

A Poem by James McFadyen


When such hearts are- broken by love’s malice they bruise, autumn brown.
Haiku 3

Haiku 3

A Poem by James McFadyen


Watching the snow fall a somnambulant, air waltz drift in darklings wake.
Haiku 2

Haiku 2

A Poem by James McFadyen


Scattered is my mind like deciduous trees paper thin, waif-like.
Tanka Poem 3

Tanka Poem 3

A Poem by James McFadyen


Composed in the style of Japanese Tanka. It takes the form of five lines and a syllabic meter of 5-7-5-7-7.
Tanka Poem 2

Tanka Poem 2

A Poem by James McFadyen


Composed in the style of Japanese Tanka. It takes the form of five lines and a syllabic meter of 5-7-5-7-7.
Tanka Poem 1

Tanka Poem 1

A Poem by James McFadyen


Composed in the style of Japanese Tanka. it takes the form of five lines and a syllabic pattern of 5-7-5-7-7.
Weeping

Weeping

A Poem by James McFadyen


'The trouble about jumping was that if you didn't pick the right number of stories, you might still be alive when you hit bottom.' — Sylvia Plat..
The Blackberry Bush

The Blackberry Bush

A Poem by James McFadyen


We all stand there Upon the wavering note The fragile precipice of life And death- Each and everyone Grasps dearly, desperately to ..
S

S

A Poem by James McFadyen


To think of you is to die,And die, and die againIn everlasting ecstasyOnly to be wrenched backBy the cold unrest of emptinessThat fills my heartWhen I..

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