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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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Beeches

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 new 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 … Continue reading

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LINKS TO NEW POEMS

(This post last updated 27 January 2021) New England and the Maritimes – New poems with my own water-colours to go with them in the High Window Three New Poems here at the Fortnightly Review. * And it was great to … Continue reading

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