Zinnie do you still love meAfter all that I have done?That gal in Nice inconsequentialAs was the meaningless fling with the nun Mind you, my frolic with young SvetlanaI accept did cross the lineSo too my affair with that actressAnd the model I did wine and dine And as for bashful MarleneWhen you caught us … More ZINNIE DO YOU STILL LOVE ME?
DRIFTWOOD GIRL immense the seagnarly the surgeonyx the cloakthe language of Teutonsshrieks subjugationhowls revengeStorm Force 10shows no remorsetakes no prisoners Driftwood Girlshe does nothave a careshe travels on the tidethe harbour wallher occasional gîtethe beachher catwalk to this dayshe sings songsof destinylove and loss,seaweed, faith adrift,the sudden diveof the cormorantseeking breakfast, andthe message in the … More DRIFTWOOD GIRL
The young Master Doowhat Useless-Hopeless Who’d have thought it! Me aka Mr Doowhat Useless-Hopeless put this little video collection of mainly very old photographs from my new book, ‘An Only Child & His Mum’s Amazing Germ Phobia’ along with a backing instrumental by the title ‘A Life’, courtesy of my son…who is featured as a … More MR DOOWHAT USELESS-HOPELESS
‘An Unusual Take on Life and Social History from the 1950’s Onward‘ In a perfect world I’d have been rich and famous thus deemed worthy of penning the story of my own life. In reality I am a content ‘nowhere man’ with a vast chronicle of all things bonkers to pass on to anyone who … More AN ‘ONLY CHILD’ & HIS MUM’S AMAZING GERM PHOBIA
somewhere twixt groovy Camelot and a formative Montparnasse sits a broken down fortress, parched moat, crippled drawbridge where lives a floozy Queen with a penchant for abandoned infidelity a troubled King with a taste for calvados and sweetest fallen angels also outside the castles oft breached fortifications, a hopeless milkmaid covered in desiccated mud, malodorous … More WHEN CAVALIERS ARE FALLIBLE
A true story from long ago when I used to imbibe! I once had a strange encounter with a drugs dealer I had got to know quite well whilst in the process of buying some Nepalese Temple Hash in the vestibule of Richmond Railway Station. He was called Denis. I always worried about Denis, … More THE UNTIMELY DEMISE OF DENIS THE HARMLESS DRUGS DEALER