As you’re probably aware, “‘Tis the season”. As you might be also aware, I’m not exactly a fan of Christmas. Still, I do enjoy gift giving and you’ve all been so amazingly supportive and inspirational this year that I’d love to give you all something, even if it’s only something that I’ve written.
With that in mind, I’ll tell you a little about the poem that’s to follow. I’ve been taking a bit of a break from novels this year, working on a couple of novellas and a flurry of poems while also getting back to my roots in the darker realms of the imagination. It’s been like coming home after a long journey. The darkness is comforting to me. I’m hoping that the novellas will find a home in the new year so that you can all read them. And I’m also hoping that the poetry will be enough to build into a collection. One will be my poetry on Depression, some of which you can read on the Down Days blog. The other will be dark poetry with a nursery rhyme feel with a tentative title of Rhymes Beyond Reason.
So, with that preamble out of the way, my gift to you all is a little preview of the poems in Rhymes Beyond Reason. I give you, Little Billy Blue Feet…
I hope you like it. I wish you all a good festive season in whatever way you like to celebrate it.
As always, thanks for reading.