by Mal Melville Australian poet: on refugees and war Today another town in flames another army bears the blame. Before the bullets the people flee, nowhere to hide for you and me. My heavy heart is filled with sorrow. Where will you be tomorrow? Desperate and lonely refugees the unknown our new reality. Children cryContinue reading “Tomorrow”

The Flower that Smiles Today

by Percy Shelley The flower that smiles today Tomorrow dies; All that we wish to stay Tempts and then flies; What is this world’s delight? Lightning that mocks the night, Brief even as bright. Virtue how frail it is! Friendship how rare! Love, how it sells poor bliss For proud despair! But we, though soonContinue reading “The Flower that Smiles Today”