Tag Archives: Norman Morrow

PublicTransport PoeTry – #9

***** Last bus – First love (Norman Morrow) Flaming red hair, a tender touch I bid farewell back then it knew no bounds endless, forever it seemed love-wrapped in sensuous delight ambled to the bus stop. Was he a steward … Continue reading

Posted in PublicTransport PoeTry | Tagged | Leave a comment

PublicTransport PoeTry – #5

***** Imprisoned Train (Norman Morrow) Upon surging waters of swelling tide, canopied beneath an azure sky, across the heads of swaying, sweating travellers, I yearn to see. Envious of the hooded man, draped against the window pane, beer slopping, from … Continue reading

Posted in PublicTransport PoeTry | Tagged | Leave a comment