Monthly Archives: September 2020

la guerre éternelle

Click here to hear the poet read his words: la guerre éternelle her face was bruised and bloody she would not tell me why the dark-haired man in the high-cost suit just smiled as he walked by two brothers were … Continue reading

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Scotland

Click here to hear the poet read his words: Scotland when I think from afar of the land that I love I realise that much is almost clichéd like haggis and tartan Robert Burns and the skirl of the pipes … Continue reading

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my spider, again

Click here to hear the poet read his words: my spider, again I wonder what she hears when I speak to her the little spider who now shares my home I address her in French of course it seems somehow … Continue reading

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