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On this page we present our Poem of the Month. If you have a poem you wish to be considered please contact us. To read a poem in the list below, which has the most recent ones first, just click on the title or the ‘Read More’ link.
The Mad Hatter Is Not at Home
With chewing lips, his face contorted
my cousin speeds off into a twitching night.
‘For his own good.’ The family’s own good;.
His all-day sleeps, midnight marathons,
shopping sprees …
for Simon J
& so rain
not so fast that air
each breath difficult at
once to take
in wilts of storm nor some
thing more –
a caress whose swirled beads
close to …
Colin Hambrook Two Poems
All Along The Watchtower
The Jehovah’s brought their message across the sea
mixing money and religion with a devilish dread.
Mum woke to the Sixties, confusion reigned;
just couldn’t get the war out of her head.…
A second poem by Amy Ekins – don’t miss it.
A Cold Teller
Cold as the glass, she spoke at
a women in designer shoes
worn with pride
counting out cash
over an official looking letter
disdainfully considered by the cold comfort teller
an example of a …
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