The Favoured Works of Titus Llewellyn

The Favoured Works of Titus Llewellyn

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Of the many poems I have written, many do stand out, as a personal reference, to something or someone, and most of all, my wife, Maureen. For whom most of these works are dedicated. Between 1968-85, the dream to aspire into something grand diminished, until that was, I found my love. November 1986 that was. Between the dream and finding love, the darkest period in my life, covering a span of eighteen years. To date, a wait of indefinite time, [again], was brought about, my waiting for my love. Such is the need to explain the wait, to anticipate as well, in the hope that having chosen she, that she would have to agree from many miles away in Mussoorie, India, to what true love will serve. We met late in 1986, most fortunately for us, since both of us had lots of things in our lives going on, and so it was, a long distance love, my missing Maureen immensely, that I turned my attention to writing, about those dreams again. Patience has been proud, it grooming such a love.

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Having studied the works of the Latin scholars, Titus Lucretius stood out for me as a Epicurean serves to reassure us, that fear be suppressed in ways to serve as pleasure, that is, to speak about it often i would imagine. Valiant admiration has overseen Sir 'Roddy' Llewellyn, being responsible for concluding for me, the title role. A name like Titus Llewellyn would poetically attain the heights, in which I, Anthony Smith could only hope. It was never intended to hide the name. Proud is the man named Smith, who celebrates his laboured past. My father would be proud to think I've come this far, had it not been for a very tough childhood.