Poems by James Irvine

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Short stories, 3DPoetry, Poetpics, Photopoetry & philosophy by James Irvine

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Who will care where I lay?

June 22, 2019

 

Give me young and naive, anytime of the day;

getting wise as we grow old, is bollocks I say!

 

If at first you don’t succeed, don’t bother again;

learning by mistakes, is fools fodder for young men.

 

Recipes for long life are a marketing myth,

the longer you live, bones turn brittle and stiff.

 

Why wish to grow old, as those that left us will not,

Like old logs in a woodpile we wait for wood-rot.

 

Two questions are left, as our mind withers away,

will they remember, or even care where I lay?

 

 

 

 

 

  • By combining Poetry into a photograph you get POETPICS or PHOTOPOETRY.

  • A phrase of philosophy integrated into a photograph = PHILOETRY

  • Donate to the Smith family appeal via the link or buy an A4 / A3 size Glossy ‘Poetpic’ 

  • Search for my auto signature © James Irvine (hidden within Poetry Photographs)

  • See how this and other poems play a part in the Story 'Finding Harvey’, crafting another dimension of creative writing = 3D-Poetry.​

 

 

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