Monthly Archives: March 2018

Filmic

  Filmic Carol Ann Duffy in a tweed coat Is talking to a load of drunks in a car About love, beneath a pond Glittering its sheen The shape of a waterlily leaf Your eyes, she says The conditioned world … Continue reading

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The Black Earth of the Arawak.

  The Black Earth of the Arawak. The sun broke the sky into three pointed stones. Eye stones, keep stones, earth stars, voices Tall girls were washing the string from juicy leaves To weave into baskets to crush the toxic … Continue reading

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Ostara

  Ostara Once was His under the hedge Once was flowering Once was the white blacks Of the avocets once was Once was queen, queenly He said Deposed, he said Dead. Never ever listen, She said Walking on one leg- … Continue reading

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Alice and Pi

Alice and Pi Pleasure is not formatted It is clouds inside a builder’s van Not inside but magically inserted Via the ordinary glass Holst plays a  symphonic broadcast To Venus, he is gone now But he can still compose Listen, … Continue reading

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