My thanks to Lorraine for hosting me on her excellent blog. Kevin
I am absolutely delighted to host this Guest Post from a marvellous poet, fellow blogger and wonderful friend, KEVIN MORRIS. Kevin creates the most otiginal poetry, that has layers of meaning. He is most innovative and I always enjoy reading him. Here is his Guest Post:-
I remember, as a schoolboy, being fascinated by the hypnotic tick tock
of a wall mounted clock. And I recall watching the slow movement of
the pendulum as it slowly ticked away seconds which, once gone could
never be recalled.
One of my happiest memories concerns a teacher, mr Delacruz, playing
and singing “My Grandfather’s Clock. There are several versions of the
song including this one, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yCFXhn9mMB0.
One of my favourite speeches from Shakespeare’s plays is that of
Macbeth, who, on hearing of his wife’s death speaks thus:
“Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
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