Poems by Robert L. Martin

Weavers of the Clay Fatherly fathers, potters of the clay, ambassadors of morality and knowledge, inheritors of obligations, relinquishing their self fulfilling desires, giving up their selfish dreams, molding their sons and daughters on the potter's wheel with sagacious hands and careful fingers, defining and representing moral integrity and providence, planting seeds in their minds, … Continue reading Poems by Robert L. Martin

Poems by Andrew Scott

The Ghost I used to be a ghost, pale shell of my former and current self. My skin was white. Shiny without a hint of a tan colour, even after hours in the piercing sun. Skin used to cling to the bones in my body, showing all that was underneath. No amount of foods would … Continue reading Poems by Andrew Scott