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Shiva and my ‘Songs of Realisation’

photo by Dilys Bidewell Many of my Indian readers (and others) may enjoy my most recent collection of poems – Songs of Realisation. These three long poems celebrate what is on the earth, what is below the earth and what … Continue reading

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They muster an irregular yet monolithic avenue Up the ridge that leads to Loughton Camp – More than merely trees. The forest exhibits these Grey entities in its sculpture gallery. We are treated To a private view in the sense … Continue reading

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Songs of Realisation

Very pleased that this book of poems is now published by The High Window Press This book opens with poems committed to the transfiguration of the ordinary: garden sheds, bus rides, daily life in Tottenham, motorways leading to escapes as … Continue reading

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(This post last updated 15 March 2022) One of my versions of the Comtesse de Noailles appeared in the Spectator, late Summer 2021, as well as a new poem of mine. An essay on the Belle Epoch and 13 poems by the … Continue reading

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