by Geoffrey Prince
1 in our garden of adolescence the world was thick with discovery; now upon our bed of senescence the world seems sick with invention. 2 Madonna And twins - Our vision Returns... After Singular Pains Our rebirth Earns 3 The Poet’s Garden Draws me Gently in A Perfect Space For light To begin 4 A song Of joy Reminds My kin Of The struggle Of passion I embroil Myself in 5 a poor mind blames the reck of the brain while a pure mind does not seek to be sane
Geoff Prince has published several books of poetry and has taught creative writing at TAFE and to sufferers of mental illness. He has been active in writers’ groups in Victoria, and has performed in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales. He lives with wife Chae and two dogs at Venus Bay in South Gippsland.