Saturday, 21 June 2014

My name is Edward Dinde

My name is Edward Dinde. Not a lot of people know that.
I've been writing poetry since I was a moody teenager filled with hormones that made me think that love really hurts beyond any other pain humans can inflict on each other. I still believe that. Perhaps I am a quiet romantic.
I survived those painful teenager years with unrequited love being an issue for several years.
My favourite teenage romance memory is of the song 'Farewell my summer love', I'm not a huge Michael Jackson fan at all, but that song brings back memories of a hot summer evening on a holiday camp on the Isle of Wight.

Words for today: You are my enemy, and I did not know it.
I thought you were just a fool,
But now I see how dangerous you have been.
You were poisoned by words from the evil snake
Who hangs from the apple tree and punishes the innocent.