Poetry Books


Cyprus Symphony

February 4, 2013

The Sentence

The Judge on the bench looks solemnly down, The weight of poor law upon him. He looks down on the worried young soldier before him, Both […]
January 20, 2013

The Stolen Kisses

The kisses that I steal from you Are really meant for her. I nuzzle up to you for love; do I feel your cool disdain? Like […]
January 20, 2013

The Bad Debt

After two and a half months the debt had still not been paid Despite many phone calls between both PAs. Dave and I found ourselves at […]
January 20, 2013

Music of you

Springing, singing from deep within my soul A surge of infinite happiness Radiates through every nerve I possess;    Profound affection for all I feel, no less. […]
February 4, 2013

The War

What are we doing in the Middle East? As with no hard evidence at all, The Government subjected our youth to go to war. The Nation […]
February 4, 2013


Love is goodness; love is profound. Love has a graciousness that is all around. Love is for everyone, the false and the true. Love is God […]
February 4, 2013


Now, at this moment, There is nowhere else I would like to be Other than here in Capri. The sound of the sea, striking the welcoming […]
February 6, 2013

The New Accountant

Angelos, I’m so sorry, I must leave KPMG, For Costas came between us, As I was too small for you. Savvas, the new accountant, lives and […]
February 4, 2013

Limited Time

I love your brows, your eyes, your elfin look. Your kindness and gravity make me smile; Your inspiration; you’re non judgemental You are mine, all mine, […]
January 20, 2013

If I Died

If I died would you be sorry we didn’t say goodbye? Would you come to the funeral it wouldn’t take too much of your time. Would […]
February 4, 2013

The Bull

Her face is frozen, her hands visibly trembling. Like an overstretched violin, her voice high and excitable. This woman is suffering, like the bull in the […]
February 5, 2013

Liza Midas

A blue and white diamond in the Mycenaean sea, Resting in her berth patiently waiting for me. Gently swaying to the harbour’s harmony, Of the rattle […]