Category Archives: Poetry

THE READIES

    It starts in tantrum’s pram; those tears for treats withheld – Unfair and inexplicable. And then there is the wonder of it all: The pocket money tripled by that cheque from uncle –   Lack of it feeds … Continue reading

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WAY BACK WHEN

We could all just tumble into bed together. We could make love not war, And then we couldn’t any more. Now there’s terror everywhere – and condoms. x Look, you could just head off across Iran Into Afghanistan, accommodate the … Continue reading

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Beverley at Iguazu

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FROM INSIDE – my new book of poems.

“The novelty meets with neglect; neglect provokes attack; and attack demands a theory.” xxxxxxxT. S. Eliot, Reflections on Vers Libre – an article published in the New Statesman, 22 May 2013 You don’t have to like the person in these … Continue reading

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Dick

DICK Eight days after the invasion we were dealing with a country That could actually finance its reconstruction by our own Reconstruction contractors. A decade later, and we have a failed State which is relatively easy to exploit, and that … Continue reading

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THE GREY SUIT INITIATIVE

Originally posted on anthonyhowelljournal:
Grey Suit Issues 1-12 are now online! Thanks to BFI, Elephant Trust, Ikon Gallery and ACE.  We did it! Here is the link to the videos at  Grey Suit Editions Grey Suit Online Grey Suit was…

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A Poem by Alain-Fournier

FROM SUMMER TO SUMMER  xxxxxxxxx(To a young girl xxxxxxxxxxTo a House xxxxxxxxxxFrancis Jammes)  * Awaited so Through summers listless in each yard, Summers which pour down their ennui in silence Under the ancient sun of my afternoon Made ponderous through … Continue reading

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