Category Archives: Poetry

Freewheeling

For a round-up of good late Summer reads go to The Fortnightly Review   Post-Summer Reading: Hebdomeros by Giorgio de Chirico; introduction by John Ashbery (1992 edition) Exact Change | 258 pp | £14.93 $17.95 . Tales I Told My Mother  by Robert … Continue reading

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Worker in Dotage

x What can I do but go in search of the rose Although I feel contempt for my persistence? Why can’t I appreciate the twilight of existence? Withered, if appropriate, companionship? x An aged bee, why is that gaunt contemporary … Continue reading

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Grey Suit Editions Launch – Autumn 2019

Here is the link to our Launch for Grey Suit Editions on 20 Sept 19 Two books for the price of one – only at this free event!

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Grey Suit’s new books have arrived

Our new books These have just arrived from the printer. Click on the link above to discover the blog for Grey Suit Editions. There’s a home page and a page for posts which will get updated as we publish more. … Continue reading

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Dental Poems

PARTIAL OBJECT My bridgework becomes me, everyone says, but will it ever Become me? Fitted betwixt the last of What was once an upper row. It has been brought Into existence so recently! My gums making whatever Impression they could … Continue reading

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Concert in Lignano 2017

Lignano per…La Musica XXII Rassegna Internazionale di Musica da Camera Lignano Sabbiadoro, Sala darsena VIII Concerto Alessandro Cortello, tenore Riccardo Pes, violoncello Michele Bravin, pianoforte Anthony Howell, voce recitante Musiche di Field, Schumann, German, Vaughan Williams, Nyman, Pradal Lunedì 22 … Continue reading

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Shadow of a Campanile

They have broken up the mosaics Of the last century, together with those Of the previous century, and of the centuries before. This is the way with foundations, when you Build your bell a tower towering above The tallest cypresses; … Continue reading

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