1 Walsall Poem

July 27, 2015

I’m almost a published poet. I’ve been added to a collective effort celebrating Walsall wordsmiths in the form of a curated blog.

100 Walsall Poems is now live, and has been for a little while. My effort is included and I’m rather flattered to have been involved. I met the project curator Peace the Poet this afternoon on my walk from the office to the car.

He’s a pleasant chap with a positive disposition, and well known in the borough as a performer and poet.

By all means have a look at the project, and also check out the other things he is doing. It’s all about community and collaboration.


The wonderful thing about Tiggers…

May 8, 2012

We have had a guest over the Bank Holiday weekend. Son 3 came home with a Tigger branded rucksack containing a Tigger and a diary (exercise book with a picture on the front) so we could record Tigger’s amazing adventures with his foster family over the weekend.

Tigger in his bag, preparing to pounce.

Firstly, let me say I have never felt so sorry for a cuddly toy. Our idea of an exciting weekend might involve going to the shops or a spot of DIY, or even some gardening. Read the rest of this entry »

Poorly Prepared

May 17, 2010

Regular readers (both of you) will no doubt be aware of my “other” blog – the poetry. I’ve been sticking all sorts of inane verse up for some time, completely separate to the inane stuf I stick up here. However, I felt it was time to come clean. I’m a poet. Worse than that, I’m not ashamed (much) of it.

So, if you fancy a mooch through my musings, take a look.

What’s the worst that could happen, right?