A Poem For Friday

I would like to welcome back Kevin Morris to my blog this week. I hope you enjoy his poem as much as I did. Here is a little bit about him:

Kevin Morris was born in the city of Liverpool on 6 January 1969.

Having obtained a BA in history and politics and an MA in political
theory from the University College of Swansea, Kevin moved to London
where he now lives and works.

Being visually impaired, Kevin uses screen reading software called Job
Access with Speech or JAWS, which converts text into speech and
braille enabling him to use a Windows laptop.

Barely a Bird I Heard

By

Kevin Morris

Barely a bird I heard.

The wind blew,

And a fallen tree

Spoke to me

In words most true,

Of the progress of humanity.

Kevin has recently published his Further Selected poems, which is
available from Amazon, https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08XPMGD3F/

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19 Responses to A Poem For Friday

  1. Ritu says:

    Beautiful words 💜

  2. I feel that I am there. I hear the cry of nature. Wonderful!

  3. Many thanks for publishing my poem on your blog, Esther. Much appreciated. Kind regards. Kevin

  4. Thought provoking. It makes me think; is it nature running its course or mankind destroying it.

  5. markbierman says:

    Excellent, Kevin! Thanks for hosting, Esther. 🙂

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