Category Archives: Guy Stephenson

Free Verse by Guy Stephenson

Veldtschoen A big fat sonorous word, it intrigued my ten year old mind. The bumpy leather, the clumpy soles the ring of the heels on our flagged kitchen floor. The very impressive weight of them and knowing how much they … Continue reading

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Daily Haiku: Nov. 17, 2020

a butterfly rests  on a tender blossom how intense the refracted light   by Guy Stephenson (Ireland) (In homage to Bashō)

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