Signs of SpringĀ 

These flower petals displayed,

A symmetry on this infinite earth. 

It’s an intersecting gaze 

On omniscient eyes. 

Spring dawning of a natural kind

From a voice that breathes life 

So that each might prosper.


Are you still here?

and here is 

my love,

my heart 

you have. 

whenever you may go

you make me feel so full. 

You are my heart

slamming like a fist

against my chest

I want to live in

the rhythm of summer

and make the daffodil 

my home.

River Einion

A Waterfall
On the River Einion
There, the Dyfi Furnace remains
Where the waters once raced
To a mill from the top
With all its power
Leading to this waterwheel
Taking advantage of the powers
Of this river
From Cumbria via the Afon Dyfi
Where charcoal was once produced
Long ago from the local woodlands,
Where iron ore once burned;
But burns no more.

The Dyfi Furnace is in the village of Furnace, Ceredigion, Wales, adjoining the A487 trunk road from Machynlleth to Aberystwyth, near Eglwysfach.
The furnace was built around 1755 was only used for about fifty years to smelt iron ore. By 1810 coal burning had been abandoned. Today it remains a Grade II Building.