Monthly Archives: December 2018

A CHAPERONE

The monkeys are in among the mangoes. As for the lovely one, she is emerging from Under the trees, the trees laden with mangoes And monkeys.  She’s ambling out of the grove   Bearing the nail marks left by the … Continue reading

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THE BOBOS OF MACRON

  The Bobos never man the barricades or burn the town. They’re unimpressed by crowds that weaken their identities. The very verb ‘to man’ offends their feminist vocabulary. What matters more, to them, is ridding us of fossil fuels, Wicked … Continue reading

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THE MORTUARY OF ART

  To wander through this mortuary of art Underneath a flyover at Clignancourt Is sad not solemn – unlike Père Lachaise – For this is where the unmemorable makes its unsung exit.   Bland landscapes on hardboard, lifeless drawings From … Continue reading

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