Rhossilli Beach

The Wind that Shook the Daffodils

The Wind that Shook the Daffodils: A Memory Story by K. S. Moore The St David's Day concert was one of the highlights of the Primary...
'White Wilderness' an atmospheric snow poem inspired by The Brecon Beacons, from the K. S. Moore Poetry Collection: 'Landscapes and Hearts'.

Poetry for Christmas: White Wilderness

I thought I'd share some poetry with you as Christmas rapidly approaches! This poem was inspired by a snowy Brecon Beacons, witnessed some years back.

The Poetry of Wildflowers

Dead Nettle, the words have a rattle. Death should not belong to soft lilac, or even the green, wing-like leaves that dress you, coquettish weed.

2013 Revisited, 2014 Just Begun

It's natural, when entering a new year, to look back at the previous twelve months and I must say, 2013 was a very positive year for me.
Cherry Blossom

Blossom – Spring Poem

'Blossom' is a poem for spring and its flyaway beauty. I was inspired to write it after reading a number of...
Snowy path.

Winter Life – Snow Poem

Angel cold, the wet-nosed rain became a crochet shower - star-shaped, bon-bon powdery, tentative, childlike, shy and soft.

Micropoetry: Language

It's a mystery, how the mind leaps from primitive sound to intricate, webbed sentence,
Fairy door

Leaping Fairy – A Poem for Good Friday

I’ve always been fascinated by the story of the Cottingley Fairies. At the age of seven, the thought of two girls managing...
Ahenny Slate Quarries

Poetry – To Ahenny

To Ahenny where slate spills from the land like prehistoric teeth.I bite back, snap with my new camera, angled for scenic views, fail to capture that dead outreach,