Forgotten – not even a Poem

‘Forgotten – not even a Poem’ A Poem by Eva Mout, Ursus Art I can see that I’m there again: sitting on the wrong side of the window, trying to catch a glimpse of past blood and love. I need to tend to old feelings and faces. And to the last moments of the disintegratedContinue reading “Forgotten – not even a Poem”

Inside World

A Poem By Eva Mout In here, since last year, all halls deserted, clocks slowing down, hardly any visitors, and their last few footsteps printed with caution One sits and one waits True moments of courage, then cringing and crawling, for one aims to please Wonderful schemes  and ancient dreams will never be dreamt again

A Good King’s Prayer

A poem Dear God, This fearsome worry haunts my mind, I was a father, severe but kind, brought him up to wear the crown, but all attempts have let me down My grown-up son, my only child, still is boisterous, foolish, wild He drinks and smokes, and is girl-crazy, but the worst of all: heContinue reading “A Good King’s Prayer”

Little Captain Lullaby

A poem What does he feel when he stays down below, What are his troubles that tease him so What does he sing when you don’t hear him sigh, He sings of oceans, grand and majestic, He sings his Captain Lullaby Are you that lonely, my almighty friend? Have you no equals who too neverContinue reading “Little Captain Lullaby”