Monthly Archives: June 2015


Creak creak, and again a creak. It’s Mu-lan’s loom there, by the door. But you don’t hear its shuttle speak. A daughter’s sighs are all you hear. You ask her, Who is in your heart? You ask her, Who is … Continue reading

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Beverley at Iguazu – Read by Anthony Howell

Beverley at Iguazu This poem was first published in Dancers in Daylight, Anvil, London 2003

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