Like standing in the rain on New Year's Eve. Like picturing the perfect year ahead. Like the rain brought something hard to believe. Like a reality that I would dread. Like the rain falling so hard that it stings. Like the rain has also blurred my vision. Like I question my perception of things. Like … Continue reading Like This
Taken from my You Tube channel. In this vlog, I recite a Christmas themed poem. I hope you enjoy it and that you had a good Christmas/holiday season. https://youtu.be/_aJANW8Iqoo (C) Dean G. Parsons. 2019.
Hello everyone. I wanted to take a moment to wish you all a peaceful and happy Christmas and, if you do not celebrate Christmas, to nonetheless extend that wish for peace and happiness to you. Thank you to all of my readers and to those who follow me on various … Continue reading Good Wishes to You All
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Does Your Mother Know? A Horse With No Name It’s a Mystery Can You Feel It? I Walk The Line Life’s What You Make It Clap Your Hands I Predict A Riot Get Up Offa That Thing Pull Up to the Bumper Turn Back Time Surrender If Only I Could Rewrite the Stars It’s Too … Continue reading Titles Tale
The demonstration of distortion. The display of the despicable. The demeanour of desperation. The dealers of our democracy. The designers of disenchantment. The demands of the denigrators. The destroyers of decent discourse. The dealers of our democracy. The defamation of the decent. The direction of disharmony. The deceit of the delegation. The dealers of our … Continue reading An Indecent Democracy
Synopsis: Born in London, Dean G. Parsons is a renowned psychotherapist and writer now living in the beautiful county of Suffolk; the home of many of his ancestors. Diagnosed in 2017 with Parkinson's Disease, Dean uses narrative and richly descriptive poetry to tell a story of his relationship with Parkinson's going back to his childhood … Continue reading A Look Inside
Trees restore me well. The rustle of leaves enchants. Factories pollute. (c) Dean G. Parsons. 2019.
I am reflecting over my current writing projects. One of them is a project that is turning out to be as enjoyable as it is challenging. Initially, the idea was for me to write a small collection of poetry related to my relationship with Parkinson's Disease. As I have been writing the poetry, … Continue reading Being Poetic
I have a friend who has PD. His body shakes so constantly. I feel he has it worse than me. His bravery is plain to see. I feel a fraud without such shakes. Ashamed of any fuss I make. His body suffers seismic quakes. I admire him for all he takes. My friend is young … Continue reading My Brave Friend.