Tag Archives: verse

You Cleaned Your Teeth

You cleaned your teeth
And came to bed.
I remember not
What was said.
But talk is cheap
Though not so diamond rings
And other things
Of which we shall not speak.


You and Me Drinking Wine On My Settee

You and me
Drinking wine on my settee,
Both of us knowing
Where this was going
For we had nowhere at all
Left to fall

Calling Time

Sometimes I write at night
And come the morning light
I take up my pen again.
One eventide
I shall lay aside
My pen
And not take it up again,
And the night
Shall take what I write,
For the landlord must call time
On my rhyme.

A picture of the postcard which advertises my poetry.


The above photograph shows my poem ‘Lost’. The text reads:


‘My thoughts lost on the damp air

Going who knows where.

The sodden grass

I pass

Where children play

but not today.

No ball

or bird call.

Only the rain’s incessant fall.’

– Kevin Morris

Excerpt from ‘Lost in the Labyrinth of my Mind’



‘Lost’ can be found in ‘Lost in the Labyrinth of my Mind’, available here for the UK and here for the US.