Monthly Archives: September 2014

SAD OLD HOUSE – By Dmitri Allicock

Sad Old House


By Dmitri Allicock

Abandoned house sits beneath a breadfruit
Broken down entwined memories of roots
Rusting roof, faded paint and wood rotten
Empty of happier days that’s now forgotten
Yard overgrown with trees and vine Continue reading

SHADOWS OF ALUMINA – By Dmitri Allicock

Alumina plant


By Dmitri Allicock

Silhouette of the Alumina Plant ghostly glow

Where shadows of thousands once flow

Graveyard since 1982, absent toiling horde

Encroaching jungle reclaims without a word

British Guiana’s largest investment of 1961

Processing Alumina by the thousands of tons Continue reading

Innocence of Ground Zero – by Dmitri Allicock

Ground Zero

Innocence of Ground Zero

By Dmitri Allicock

It seems only like yesterday but 13 years to date

Almost 3000 heroes indiscriminately killed by hate

Devils of terror armed with the Koran and robe

Attacking freedom with savagery around the globe

Striking within the soft heart of civilization so near

Attempting to spread their medieval dogma of fear Continue reading

Children of El Dorado- Poems – By Dmitri Allicock

Children of El Dorado- Poems

By Dmitri Allicock

 Children of ElDorado


Rugged land washed by sunshine of high noon

Winds of gentle Atlantic and soothing moon

Cascading waterfalls shimmering dreams of rainbow

Sacred land of birth, my sweet El Dorado

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