WHEN A POEM BECOMES A SONG

I trade both online and offline as Zoolon Hub. I’ve recently added another new product to my business aimed mainly at others in the music industry. However, I thought some of you poets or lyricists out there might (or might not) also be interested in the product – especially so if you are not a … Continue reading WHEN A POEM BECOMES A SONG

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ZOOLON & THE MOON

A castle waiting for moonlight According to my father this is a more or less accurate account of a conversation we had when I was 4 years old. “Look George, there’s a new moon tonight” “What happened to the old one, Dad?” Nothing much has changed.   THE MOON HAS HAD ITS FILL (maybe, when … Continue reading ZOOLON & THE MOON

ZOOLON, RONNIE & FRESH PASTA

GAME OF BLOSSOMS ‘Episode 5; Series 3 – ‘Sunflowers Who Forgot to Follow the Sun’ Warning, this episode contains some scenes of cross-pollination’   It was Sunday afternoon, about 3pm. Just an hour before the shops shut. I’d been working all weekend and was starving hungry. I needed fresh pasta badly. The best fresh pasta … Continue reading ZOOLON, RONNIE & FRESH PASTA

THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

Every so often news bulletins remind me that I’m right in generally preferring animals over humans. The words below will one day soon be in a song. The ones who didn’t make it home now bare no malice, Their graves await them come a new sad dawn, Those guilty of their murder share the same … Continue reading THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

‘REXIE BELIEVES IN MAGIC’

Another song from my new album, ‘DREAM RESCUER’. This one is called ‘REXIE BELIEVES IN MAGIC’. Here’s the lyric in case you fancy singing along. I hope you enjoy; Rexie believes in magic Has done all along Shipwrecked and nowhere else to go Its time he learns to head back home   Rexie believes in … Continue reading ‘REXIE BELIEVES IN MAGIC’

A POEM BECOMES A LYRIC

Here's a track from my new album, 'Dream Rescuer'. The song is called 'Sunlight & The Dust" and is adapted from a poem by my father, Mike Steeden.  I've never used the words of others when composing before, yet I thought this poem would not find the journey to the Land of Lyrics too troublesome. … Continue reading A POEM BECOMES A LYRIC

ZOOLON’S & THE ‘TO-DO’ APP

(me, moments before I remembered I suffer from vertigo) I’ve had this TASK ‘to-do’s’ App on my phone for ages. I’m not sure why I’ve got it because most times I forget it exists. The thing is, lately I’ve been so busy I thought I might as well give it a second chance. So, last … Continue reading ZOOLON’S & THE ‘TO-DO’ APP