There Was a Young Lady of Hull
My Local Gallery
I Perceive The Dead Leaves
The Dead Duck
A collection of poetry from the poet/author guests of Robbie Cheadle on the “Treasuring Poetry” blog series on Writing to be Read in 2020. Open the book and discover the poetry treasures of Sue Vincent, Geoff Le Pard, Frank Prem, Victoria (Tori) Zigler, Colleen M. Chesebro, K. Morris, Annette Rochelle Aben, Jude Kitya Itakali, and Roberta Eaton Cheadle.
You can purchase the book here with Universal link and here for the Amazon.
The Further Selected Poems of K Morris
This little book consists of serious and humorous verses. The poems range from those dealing with nature and mortality, through to limericks and other humorous verses.
You can purchase the book here for the UK and here for the US.
Croydon Poetry Hour Anthology 2019/2020
A number of my poems including Dog Bed, The Man with the Mop, and Autumn Fly are included in the above anthology.
A selection of poetry from a variety of poets who live in and around Croydon or who have connections with the area.
You can purchase the anthology here.
Light and Shade: serious (and not so serious) poems
Life is full of light and shade. For to be human is to experience joy, beauty, love, pain and laughter. This collection reflects all facets of human experience. hence the title ‘Light and Shade; serious (and not so serious poems)’.
For the Kindle version:
HERE for the UK and HERE for the US.
For the Paperback version:
HERE for the UK and HERE for the US.
The Selected Poems of K Morris
This book encompasses poems composed between 2013-19. The poems included here have been selected from ‘Lost in the Labyrinth of my Mind’, ‘My Old Clock I Wind and other poems’, ‘The Writer’s Pen and other poems’, ‘Dalliance; a collection of poetry and prose’, ‘Refractions’, and ‘The Girl who Wasn’t There’. In addition a number of previously unpublished poems are included in this book.The poems range from those dealing with nature to others, which touch on the passage of time and mortality.
For the Kindle edition, please visit here for the UK and here for the US.
For the Paperback, please visit here for the UK and here for the US.
THE WRITERS PEN AND OTHER POEMS
A collection of 44 poems encompassing the passing of the years, nature, man’s place in the world and politics.
For ‘The Writers Pen and other poems’ eBook, visit here for the UK and here for the US.
For the paperback version of ‘The Writers Pen and other poems’, please visit here for the UK and here for the US.
For the audio book version of ‘The Writers Pen and other poems’, please visit here for the UK and here for the US. For Canada, please visit here
It can also be found on iTunes here.
To listen to my interview on Vancouver co-op radios ‘World Poetry Reading Series’, in which I discuss and read from ‘The Writers’ Pen’, please visit here.
MY OLD CLOCK I WIND AND OTHER POEMS
“My Old Clock I Wind” is a collection of 74 new and original poems by Kevin Morris. It contains both melancholy and more cheerful pieces contrasting the fact that We can enjoy life but at the same time cannot escape its inevitable end.
As we pass
Along life’s path.
There are tears too
For me and you
For every year
Must have it’s end.
“My Old Clock” is available in paperback and ebook formats from Moyhill Publishing,
It can also be found in the Amazon Kindle store, Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
And can now also be obtained in Audio Book format at Audible UK, Canada and USA
THE FIRST TIME
In this collection of short stories I explore why young women enter the world of prostitution while other stories look at what happens when the worlds of sex and technology collide. In “The First Time”, the first story in this collection, we meet Becky a young graduate who enters the world of prostitution in order to clear her debts. The story looks at the effects of prostitution on Becky and her fellow escort and friend Julie. In “The Pain Behind the Smile” Issie presents her friend, Peter with a birthday cake, however things are not what they seem. In “Lucy” the acquaintances of a crusty old bachelor speculate how he could attract and retain the affections of a beautiful young woman. As with “The Pain Behind the Smile” things are far from what they seem. “Hemlock” explores what happens when machines attain the capacity to appreciate high culture. The story is both humorous and deeply serious.