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Chuck

Chuck
 
 
after midnight
and too much tequila
booted ...
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Fuck the Liberal Left

I used to think that you were there

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/ / Poetry / 5 Comments on Fuck the Liberal Left / 384 words / /

Venus in a red dress

 
a tedious Baggot Street
nineteen fifty three  
gathering ...
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/ / Poetry / 14 Comments on Venus in a red dress / 318 words / /

‘invisible woman’

 
at a Driffield cafe window table
looking out at ...
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/ / Poetry / 7 Comments on ‘invisible woman’ / 127 words / /

South-Central Walthamstow

The war memorial’s slashed in brash Cyrillic-esque graffiti:

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/ / Poetry / 7 Comments on South-Central Walthamstow / 272 words / /

Responsibility

You pelt stones at me, 
I will offer garlands;
You ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Responsibility / 34 words / /

The countdown

When the lockdown will be 
over and done with, 
when ...
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/ / Poetry / 2 Comments on The countdown / 143 words / /

Being in prison

Act I

I am in a prison,
in love ...
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/ / Poetry / 2 Comments on Being in prison / 59 words / /

The Mouse and Like-Button

Visit the Mouse and Like-Button

online pub

for ...
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/ / Poetry / 2 Comments on The Mouse and Like-Button / 189 words / /

après le deluge

come and sit beside me
draw near the fire glow
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/ / Poetry / 1 Comment on après le deluge / 105 words / /

‘ce qu’on aime est toujours beau’

 
I wish I could see what you see
as ...
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Herefordshire Birds

It’s not the first occasion I’ve been wrenched

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/ / Poetry / 5 Comments on Herefordshire Birds / 520 words / /

Times

Times

Colourful words
lose their hues;
a rainbow,
in ...
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/ / Poetry / 6 Comments on Times / 17 words / /

Love and curse

Upon the yellow soul of love, I quietly wept
Beneath ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on Love and curse / 158 words / /

I am History

I am History.
Do not talk to me
about conflicts,
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on I am History / 246 words / /

Christmas Aunties

Auntie Elsie, not quite a Chelsea pensioner

but ...
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/ / Poetry, Shoygrian stanzas / No Comments on Christmas Aunties / 193 words / /

For Edith

 
oh you were popular
easy to see why
you ...
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/ / Poetry / No Comments on For Edith / 122 words / /

Op U Tree

Rolling On the Linoleum

Fearing How an Australian

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/ / Poetry, Ryuka / 1 Comment on Op U Tree / 15 words / /

Contemporary Limerick

There was a young artist from Chelsea

who ...
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las de ce monde

as my curtains draw back
the room is rainbowed
by ...
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