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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
09/10/2017 A View of New York of the 1950s 598 Free verse
09/10/2017 Egg 263 Free verse
09/10/2017 Clarence the Teller of Time 151 Free verse
09/07/2017 The Weirdness 275 Free verse
09/07/2017 Yard 119 Free verse
09/07/2017 No Gifts 119 Free verse
09/07/2017 iNarcissus 165 Free verse
09/07/2017 Not 140 Free verse
09/07/2017 Grieving 129 Free verse
09/07/2017 Out 148 Free verse
09/09/2016 Still Life 233 Free verse
02/01/2016 Pure 313 Free verse
02/01/2016 Moon 361 Free verse
02/01/2013 The Man Who Spoke in Whispers 597 Free verse
02/01/2013 Bus Time 335 Free verse
01/15/2013 Outside the Crematorium 346 Free verse
01/03/2013 Well Red 531 Sonnet
01/03/2013 Dead Air 612 Sonnet
01/03/2013 Evergreen 454 Free verse
12/16/2012 Dash 408 Free verse
12/16/2012 Tank with Goldfish 543 Free verse
12/07/2012 The Press 269 Free verse
12/06/2012 Older 408 Free verse
12/06/2012 In a Welsh Chapel Darkly 651 Free verse
12/03/2012 Fete 409 Free verse
12/03/2012 Completion 495 Haiku
12/03/2012 And Here is the News 1179 Haiku
12/03/2012 Easter Road, Edinburgh 686 Free verse
12/03/2012 Digital 352 Free verse
12/03/2012 Conservatory 726 Iambic Pentameter

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Quote Left A world once served by gods and heroes / Now gets by with ones and zeros. - This is a couplet from the book I co-wrote with Stephen Blake and called 'Are You a Miserable Old Git?' ('Are You a Miserable Old Bastard?' in US) some years ago. Quote Right
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