Varsha 2019 Issue, Poems - Mark Andrew Heathcote



Be like wind ever watchful

By Mark Andrew Heathcote


Outside the wind inhales its own enormous voice

But inside it's quiet, a needy crummy little mouse

Bravely it lingers watchful at the window-door

It's self an ever expanding universe a metaphor.

Hurling both, rain and snowflake with an icy raw,

The wind an unbalanced creature on falcon claw.

You feel his bewilderment of flightless strength,

You're a chasm he enters in a lonely wavelength

Be like wind ever watchful at the window-door

Be as the ever expanding universe forever more.



Mark Andrew Heathcote is from Manchester in the UK, author of “In Perpetuity” and “Back on Earth” two books of poems published by a CTU publishing group ~ Creative Talents Unleashed and in creative charge, direction of two anthologies by the same publisher. He is an adult learning difficulties support worker, who began writing poetry at an early age at school. Mark enjoys spending his leisure time off work reading and writing and spending time gardening.


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