They can’t stop mentioning “The War”

It's interesting leaving your homeland for a decade and then returning - you see things through new eyes. You feel like a semi-stranger.  So much has changed and yet so much is the same.  But even the things that are the same are, in some way, new to you. Since returning in 2012 from a … Continue reading They can’t stop mentioning “The War”

Random poem – ‘stonechipped’

    wind-whipped stone-chipped tight-lipped she sits deep in her own story  © Naomi Madelin 2013   Image courtesy of HartwigHKG on Flikr, reproduced with Creative Commons License.    Read some of my haiku and other poetry: haiku - blossom fall (Spring) poem - I am no-one's wife (also published as "When You Meet Me") … Continue reading Random poem – ‘stonechipped’