Category Archives: Poem

Camera Sketch (7)


October 22, 2019 · 8:00 am

Camera Sketch (6)

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October 12, 2019 · 8:00 am

PM’s Question Time!

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October 3, 2019 · 8:00 am

Abstract ‘In suspense’


March 11, 2019 · 8:00 am

Homage to William Carlos Williams’ ‘Red Wheelbarrow’!

Red Wheelbarrow

‘so much depends

a red wheel

glazed with rain

beside the white

William CXarlos Williams


Filed under Art, Colour, Pattern, Poem, rhythm, shapes, Uncategorized

An invasion of privacy

Not everyone enjoys being in the spotlight.  Finding a peaceful spot away from the hassle of the modern world  –  somewhere to quietly reflect, meditate and generally sort things out  –  can help soothe the troubled mind.  But too often sounds, lights, schedules etc intrude.  As the poet William Wordsworth wrote, ‘The world is too much with us.’

The figure in the photograph is a small  sculpture of the Weeping Buddha. It is believed by some that the Weeping Buddha takes away the grief and troubles of the world. In return, he bestow peace and provides strength to those who rub his back.


Filed under Minimalist, photography, Poem, Thoughts, Uncategorized

Beach in October


Beach in October

Where land and level acres of sea merge
seamlessly, waves hypnotically lapping,
endlessly oozing over ridged flats
scattered with brittle quills,bleached shard,
skeleton shells, oceanic detritus.

Drifting awareness of keening gulls,salt on the tongue.
As life blurs into the vast movement
of an ever widening scene, this brief,
vital moment in time imprints
deeply into the palimpsest of the mind.

Margaret Gill

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