Ken Simm. : Writing

Simple Dichotomy

Simple Dichotomy

A Poem by Ken Simm.


Again my love you have now found a double love in which to drown The skyward and the earthward bound That is not to say that either two th..
Libby

Libby

A Story by Ken Simm.


The first time
The Country of Romance

The Country of Romance

A Poem by Ken Simm.


With words I speak my doubt, What can I say all hollowed out. Of yet to see and not to. In desperation my thoughts continue. A ruptured task, I'm sure..
Die Stimme, die schreit, kann nicht Ihr Herz haben

Die Stimme, die schreit, kann nicht Ihr Herz haben

A Poem by Ken Simm.


The wetness that cleaves To a hole in your heart The substance that stands On its own The fires that then build In correction distilled Are re..
Oh Carol

Oh Carol

A Story by Ken Simm.


Of all my relationships Carol was the strangest, perhaps. The one that hurt most, no not by a long way. The weirdest, yes she could safely lay clai..
The Irish Girl

The Irish Girl

A Story by Ken Simm.


In bed, waiting for an Irish girl. A good Irish girl she said, not that I would doubt her, not for one moment. Shining in the moonlight. She undre..
Mi Mam & the Curate

Mi Mam & the Curate

A Poem by Ken Simm.


Monologue
Conan Doyle's Faries

Conan Doyle\'s Faries

A Poem by Ken Simm.


Let us begin When we’re caught on a whim That remembers us Moving through air With open, young faces bare To watch us go Changes as ..
A Victorian Poem of Self Love

A Victorian Poem of Self Love

A Poem by Ken Simm.


And under the sheets the boy awakes Light in his eye, his dream creates Heroes of ancient wars Men of strength and truth However hopeless and fa..