Tag Archives: New Year’s Day


As millions around the world celebrate today being the last latest day of the Most Ideal Sunrise Time of mistYmuse 20/21; the 5th of 5 days at 8.24 in Leeds; and something called New Year’s Eve; here’s yesterday’s news:
It was a classic crisp sunrise this morning, whereas yesterday all the action was in the pre-sunrise: kind of like “a support band blowing the headliners off the stage’ in the music world.
To use another analogy, from the sporting world, even the pre-sunrise can be called a ‘game of two halves’.

The first half was a big cloud sky reminiscent of the ‘Wizard of Oz’:

Then the colours turned deeper, to the classic POP (PinkyOrangePurple):

My books are still free to download until tomorrow (January 1st): on Smashwords and Amazon. Happy New Year!

Jim Morrison Documentary Opens Doors of Poetry Perception into 2012

English: Crossroads
Image via Wikipedia

Marc Latham’s latest fm poem was written on New Year’s Day while listening to the BBC Radio programme: Suzi Quatro in Search of Jim Morrison, (http://www.bbc.co.uk/i/b018b6gj/) which is available in the UK until 10:02PM Wed, 4 Jan 2012.  Don’t know if it’s available anywhere else.
The poem is about two very different kinds of lifestyle either side of a warm, dry and comfortable contented reality.  One of the alternative bipolar lives would be of pampered luxury in a pleasure palace and the other a rough living hitch-hiking hobo.
Contented Living, Contents of Dreaming
playboy mansion
is where I’d like to be
surrounded by women
all sweet as honey
roof under rain, wall in want
the long winding air
flying catapult kingdom
calls my mind on the wind
sunshine freedom
Marc Latham’s central site is the Greenygrey (http://www.greenygrey.co.uk).