Category Archives: Harmony


The written word, the spoken word, one is seen, the other heard.

In one ear and out the other go words in the air.

The written word shall last until the end of time, when true and fair.

Who shall speak the word written down, perhaps a funny circus clown.

Immortal word speak to me.

Sing a song of the free.

The best is yet to be.

A cup of tea.

Tich Ennis

19th June, 2018



I saw you walking by with a flower in your hair.

You did not see me there.

I said hello, you did not hear me though.

Girl I barely know.

You have charm.

God between us and all harm.

I’ll chance my arm.

You are a beautiful view.

The Sun comes shining through.

That’s you.

A ray of sunshine in a world of grey.

Have a nice day.

A lot of people have worry on their face.

You have grace.

Smiling face.

Tich Ennis

19th June, 2018


Can I transcend my origins and rise above it all?

As a lark in the clear air sing a song of small?

Oh that I could oh that I would and see things as they are.

Maybe some day I will be at one with my guiding star.

Tich Ennis

14th June, 2018

The Sea

Looking at the sea, thinking of infinity.

It means a lot to me.

What lies beyond the horizon, more sea.

As if what you see is not enough.

The world is made of stuff.

I can swim but have not for some while.

I never swam a mile.

I also dive but not from a great height.

The height might give me a fright.

The Earth is largely covered in water, looking at it brings peace.

To think it stretches as far as Greece.

Some places are suitable for a honeymoon.

Return to Earth very soon.

Its nice to know the sea is there, I don’t know why.

Not to speak of the sky.

Tich Ennis

10th June, 2018

Girl I Don’t Know

You have great dress sense.

You may not be Irish, I don’t know.

Have you far to go?

The Irish, as a rule, lack taste.

Their scenery is laid to waste.

You appear self possessed.

I like the way you dressed.

Perhaps we shall never speak.

Maybe next week?

So, we spoke, you are from Italy and will stay.

Please don’t go away.

Tich Ennis

30th May, 2018