Poems in “Far Horizons” are:

  1. It's Not All Bad
  2. The New Country Curate
  3. It's Going To Rain For Sure
  4. The Value Of The Journey
  5. ...Of War
  6. Old Maggie
  7. The Cat With A Low I.Q.
  8. The Tyranny Of distance
  9. The Day It Snowed At School
  10. Far Horizons
  11. The Dying Town
  12. Take Time To Listen
  13. I 'ad Me Eye Done Recently
  14. The Average Man
  15. The Two Chess Players
  16. The Need For Speed
  17. The Return Of The Olympians
  18. The Last One That She Wrote
  19. After Prostate Surgery
  20. Silver Celebratory Sonnet
  21. Pills
  22. Harvest Time
  23. Ode to An Old Acquaintance In Summer
  24. A Night In A & E
  25. Memorials
  26. The Visitor
  27. The New Automatic
  28. My Spirit Will Not Grace This Earth
  29. Though Touch Of Time
  30. Waiting
  31. One Person
  32. Gateway To Home

Poems in “Along The Way” are:

  1. The Passing of the Years
  2. My Two Hammers
  3. Climate Change
  4. The Cricket Pitch
  5. Aging
  6. The Drought—2005
  7. The Shearer’s Daughter
  8. Arthur and The Brown Paper Bag
  9. Sausage
  10. Arthur and Politics
  11. Digger
  12. Eagle Rock
  13. Chocolate
  14. Anonymity
  15. Country Folk
  16. Yandra
  17. Modern Justice
  18. The Seasons
  19. Night Ride
  20. Arthur's Band
  21. A Memorable Life
  22. Gaps
  23. The Artisan
  24. The Passing
  25. The Local Cricket Team
  26. Hamlet
  27. Simmo’s Dam
  28. Age And Beauty
  29. Man In The Mist
  30. The Digs
  31. Towser
  32. “My Old Mate”
  33. Won't Be Doing That Again
  34. The Soloist
  35. The Timber Cutter’s Wife

Poems in “Further Down The Track” are:

  1. Green Merriman
  2. Psycho-Ceramics
  3. Insight of The Blind
  4. Weather Forecasting
  5. With The Help Of A Mate
  6. Bluey
  7. The Farmer’s City Wife
  8. I Must Be Dead
  9. Almost Rich and Famous
  10. Space Exploration
  11. Seniors' Driving?
  12. The Atheist
  13. Rabbit Pie
  14. Change Is In The Air
  15. My Teddy
  16. This One Suits Me Fine
  17. The Old Church
  18. The Caterpillar
  19. The Cost Of Drought
  20. Nursing Homes
  21. Staying Healthy
  22. The Bride
  23. The Currabubula Art Show
  24. Not Of Youthful Beauty
  25. Bonding
  26. When Mick Rode The Cow
  27. The Last Bus
  28. Good Grief
  29. The Funeral at home
  30. Festival Wait
  31. What If Christmas Was A Fable?
  32. All I Want
  33. Fading Light and Winter Snow
  34. “Harragrove”
  35. Cleaning The Shed
  36. Log Fires and Sunsets
  37. The Volunteers
  38. Ballad of The Edwin Fox
  39. The Real Reason For Easter
  40. Farewell Private G.
  41. Alphabet Rhyme
  42. Saturday Mornings
  43. Epithalamium For Grandchildren
  44. One Thousand Fathoms Deep
  45. Rafi
  46. Science Experiments
  47. Philistine With Food
  48. Winter
  49. Silent Service
  50. The Builders
  51. Man And Woman

Poems in “A Measure of Spice” are:

  1. A Measure Of Spice
  2. Wild Youth
  3. After The Death Of His Mother
  4. Laughing Aunt Louie
  5. Acceptance
  6. Tanka
  7. The Golf Lesson
  8. It's Only A Game
  9. Tears Of The Heart
  10. On Visiting Grandparents
  11. Christmas Time
  12. When Passing By
  13. The Bathroom Taps
  14. The Seat At The End Of The Pathway
  15. Corporate Greed
  16. Toward The Common Man
  17. Arthur's Weekly Ticket
  18. In The Sight Of God
  19. Gwennie
  20. Monikers
  21. Triple Schizophrenia
  22. Supermarket Specials
  23. The Lesson
  24. Bound For Freedom
  25. Grandma's Blood Pressure
  26. Foreboding
  27. The House At Maraziq
  28. To A Chicken
  29. Abandonment
  30. Sonnet For Autumn
  31. Home In Tamworth
  32. Winter Came Suddenly
  33. The Psalms

Poems in “Poems of Twilight” are:

  1. Stumbling
  2. To A Granddaughter
  3. Peace And Love
  4. Lonely
  5. Arthur's RBT Yarn
  6. Marion
  7. The Dart Players
  8. An Evening Together
  9. Crowds
  10. By The Castlereagh
  11. Afterwards
  12. Winter Scene
  13. The Blackbird's Song
  14. Candles
  15. The School Of Arts
  16. The Sanctity Of Life
  17. No Grief For Me
  18. Destruction And Mercy
  19. Home Maker
  20. The Boy From The Bush
  21. The Three Amigos
  22. New Broom
  23. Crepe Myrtle
  24. Sometimes I Sit In Tears
  25. A Walk–in Pantry
  26. Old Friends
  27. A Cup Of Tea
  28. How Can A Man
  29. How Might I Show My Love
  30. The Hoons Of Our Street
  31. Corinthian Victory
  32. Australian Poetry—Where To?
  33. Regulated Honesty
  34. Ready For The Trumpet
  35. Doer Of Great Things
  36. Confession Of An Old Man
  37. Does Envy?
  38. Aunt Aggie
  39. The Old Homestead Kitchen
  40. Roll Call
  41. Release
  42. I Spoke To A Blind Man
  43. On A Brief Meeting With Friends
  44. The Unguarded Word
  45. She Sleeps

Poems in “From a Different Perspective” are:

  1. The Final Act
  2. Visit To The Vet
  3. Royal Sonnet
  4. Cynic
  5. Sorry Mate
  6. I Hold Back Tears
  7. In The Farmyard
  8. Harmony
  9. Why Did They Die?
  10. Sailing
  11. Mysteries
  12. Lucinda
  13. Revelation
  14. Last Words
  15. Satisfaction
  16. Defiled
  17. Grief
  18. She Smiled
  19. It's Sad To Hear
  20. Focus
  21. Sonnets
  22. The Drover's Dream
  23. On The Arrival Of A New Infant
  24. Bedtime Story
  25. The Glory Of God
  26. God Bless You
  27. I Loved You
  28. Nowhere To Hide
  29. For The Crimean Tatars
  30. Promises
  31. Through The Mist
  32. In A Coffee Shop
  33. Travelling
  34. The Coffee Shop
  35. Mowing
  36. Love Sonnet For Old Age