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Sequences

A sequence is a grouping of poems that have a prescribed order of reading. The order is important in that each poem should stand alone, but earlier poems in the sequence should enhance the experience when reading later poems in … Continue reading

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In the Workshop of Joseph – a sequence

In the Workshop of Joseph Nativity I always imagined it to have more colour, Perhaps beaten gold, And a slightly rougher texture As if the yolk and pigment were trying To break into a leap, Into a vigour. There should … Continue reading

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For… – Not Haiku!

For Yuri Yuri, Filling new space moves In circles, then falls back to Earth. For Neil Fly a figure of eight To the Moon For the dust of your age. For my son There are no secrets. We offered you … Continue reading

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