. Unveiled, They Appear Reminiscence, and longings, and echoes unseal, from the depths in the ground which has covered, concealed, recollections of those who you meant to reveal. What your senses revere, neath our cavern of earth, Is the essence you feel, for all that we’re worth. In your mind are impressions of who you held dear, as they rise from their tombs, unveiled… they appear. Evoked by remembrance and perceptions of then! What our image portrays, but your eyes do not see, is found in your thoughts, of what you set free. Contemplations of loss, which sadness has told, are reflections of lives, you no longer can hold, as your memories envision what your sorrows recalled. . . David Hollywood co-Directed The Bahrain Writer’s Circle and founded and ‘The Colours of Life’ poetry festival in Bahrain, The Gulf, and latterly worked in Antigua, The West Indies upon a variety of poetry in performance events. He is the author of an eclectic collection of poems titled ‘Waiting Spaces’ plus co-author of ‘My Beautiful Bahrain’, ‘Poetic Bahrain’, ‘More of My Beautiful Bahrain’, ‘Lonely’ and a variety of further publications. He is a literary critic for ‘Taj Mahal Review’ plus an essayist on the subject of poetry appreciation. He currently lives in his home country of Ireland.