Dreams on Hold by Victoria Sullivan

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here. On this, a very significant day Allow your heart to be light A force that has stopped the world in its tracks Has taken your dreams out of sight In sweeping the … Continue reading Dreams on Hold by Victoria Sullivan

Impermanence by David McGowran

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here. The river wends its watery way through the path of least resistance, It knows there is only one way doon the force of gravity dictates this It cuts a channel oot tae … Continue reading Impermanence by David McGowran

Minefield by David McGowran

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here.  I prayed for rain from the cold and grey, To wash the sins of the streets away To cleanse the slabs and rinse the tar, So I can get out without the … Continue reading Minefield by David McGowran

5G by David McGowran

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland Facebook Page by clicking here. What are the chances it's fae a 5G tower? 1 ower 4 tae the 24th power UHF radio, WIFI and Bluetooth, Plenty of stories but what is the truth? In a previous … Continue reading 5G by David McGowran

Spittin by David McGowran

You can check out a video of the author reading this poem over on the Unchained Media Scotland YouTube channel by clicking here. How can I feel safe when you're spitting in my street, How can I feel hope without money picked from trees How can I feel conscious without a connection to world, How … Continue reading Spittin by David McGowran

Third Degree Burns by Lorna Wallace

If Burns had been alive today I often wunner whit he’d say; Wid he be unco proud tae ca’ Himsel’ a Scot Or would he see a land Where decency’s forgot? Wid he be proud o’ Scotland noo Tae witness things that some folk do: Runnin’ ither buddies doon Wi herts so cold, Condemning folk … Continue reading Third Degree Burns by Lorna Wallace