And So It Goes On
And so it goes on. The tinted sky flies so fast.
Birds screeching on Dovers hill while sheep
pacifistically graze. The lime green leaves
shimmer and wave in a sudden breath of wind.
In the lee of the valley small bodies with
elongated shadows meander through
the surf of long grass. The return of the
swallows zip-wiring across endless sky
signifies that life continues.
The limes, blues and greens pirouette
and dance, blurring into a red sun.
David Williams was born in England and has resided there all of his life. He started writing poetry at the tender age of 14. He was encouraged to enter a local school poetry contest and went on to win it. In later life, he joined many local poetry groups and writers circles, eventually becoming chairman. He has had 9 poetry books published and is collating material for two more books which will hopefully be out later this year. He holds workshops to help and encourage writers to understand the many different forms of poetry. He has won many contests and is also a recognised poetry judge.