Re - Searching

Where did we come from?
Where are we going?
What does the future hold?
Some ask the questions, some don't care
Others their thoughts don't share.

To those who ask, is the answer given?
To those who seek, do they find?
And those who knock at the great divide,
Do they see the other side?

Echoes of answers rumble in time,
written on parchment and stone.
Dusty books stand on the shelf of a vault
Heavy with meaning - alone.

Computerised presses duplicate words
of every new theory and find
New and exiting answers emerge
Old knowledge is left far behind

Press on you courageous
press on you who seek
press on to your glorious goal
For something that's lost can always be found
And searching is food for the soul

Science explores the world without
The mystic the world within
So what if the two were at last to unite
Wouldn't everyone see the light?

we invented the circle, the wheel,
the stone , the brick, Chicago, glass and steel,
the river flowing backwards,
the rope, guillotine, bullet that hurts,
Chritmas trees, the ball, the racket,
the morphine, the pink, blue tablet,
The Pope, the Sabbath, Marylin,
the caviar, the glass with gin,
the Porsche, for it James Dean,
the Challanger, Columbia, ecstazy, the dream,
invented swimming, being drawn, the shutter,
Marks and Spencer invented each other,
we invented the D day, the bone marrow transplant,
Zbigniew, Polanski, knife in water, on the sand,
the rosary, the paternoster, the Decalogue,
invented dog catchers, sterilization, Bardot,
invented the hook, the cross, the red cross,
the tuxedo, nudist beach, our profit, our loss,
the talking potty in the Royce of Van Damme,
the poker, Russian rulette in Vietnam,
invented Babilon, Bagdad, Saddam,
the B52, the U2, the song against the gun,
invented horror films, the Valium by killing mice,
children's poems, the devil, Santa Claus,
the green contact lens, the cart, the jet.

We invented lots of letters. He the A and Z.

I wish I could write poems like Ursula's or Pieter's but I am not good at it.
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
I wish I could write poems like Ursula's or Pieter's but I am not good at it at all.
Try you'd be surprised.
Dear Ursula and Pieter

This is first time I am reading some thing from your creations.
It’s really amazing to read great imagination and rhythmic poems.


Like Maj it’s my wish too, for being classical poetry writer as you are. Oops


Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?

Once I tried to think of my origin

but then my mind started laggin'

Faith unrequired,

my brain short-circuited