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My Old Clock I Wind and Other Poems

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"We laugh
As we pass
Along life’s path.
There are tears to
Its true,
For me and you
My friend,
For every year
Must have it’s end".

A collection of 74 new and original poems. It contains both melancholy and more cheerful pieces contrasting the fact that We can enjoy life but at the same time cannot escape the inevitable end.
Published 2017 by Moyhill Publishing
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Apr 15, 2018 rated it really liked it
A book of poetry by K. Morris. The poems explore different themes, lamenting the passing years, questioning what is called "progress" among others, but there are some nonsensical funny ones too.
One poem that I liked:

The Seasons

Leaves swish like water
As I walk through
Them to reach the park. 'Tis true
Autumn is still here.
Yet, I fear winter will give no quarter;
For each season does murder its daughter
Who dies not, but rather sleeps
And creeps
Forth to softly kill
Her father who will
Rise once more.

Robbie Cheadle
Dec 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
A wonderful collection of poems by the talented Kevin Morris all of which have the underlying theme of life and time passing. 

Three of my favourite poems from this collection are as follows:

Hatters and hares - a very clever poem based on Alice's experience of having tea with the March Hare and the Mad Hatter in the classic story Alice in Wonderland. The poem makes the point that everything in our technology based word is not as it seems and that the progress we think we see is deceptive;
What is
Audrey Driscoll
Jan 02, 2018 rated it really liked it
The first poem in this collection of 74 contains the theme that pervades the entire work – the relentless passage of time.

Morris's verses are products of reflection and mature thought, expressing both resignation and a zest for life. This poet is not fighting advancing age and eventual death, but lives with an intense awareness of the temporary nature of human lives and preoccupations. "Passing By," for example, sums this up perfectly in only three lines. The fleetingness of beauty and attractio
Victoria Zigler
Jun 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is another excellent collection of poems by this author. Some are amusing, like the poem “Howling At The Moon” (one of my favourites of this collection) while others are extremely thought-provoking, like “Evening Walk” (another favourite of mine from this collection). In other words, this collection is a pleasant read, filled with poems which will have you either chuckling in amusement, or lost in musings on topics most can relate to even if they haven’t spent much time considering them bef ...more
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Nov 10, 2017
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I was born in Liverpool on 6 January 1969, a year best known of course for my birth. Well no actually it is better known for the moon landings which certain
peculiar conspiracy theorists still maintain never took place (the moon landings that is, not my birth!).

One of my earliest recollections is of eating roast dinners, on Saturday in British Home Stores with my grandfather. Although cooked in the