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Poems by Tony Kirk

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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
05/07/2017 The sedated sea 146 Prose Poetry
04/13/2017 The Garden 163 Prose
03/19/2017 Pavlovs Dog 152 Free verse
02/02/2017 Weird flotsam 174 Free verse
01/09/2017 I am the sum of all the parts 221 Blank verse
12/24/2016 Death of a poem 177 Free verse
12/21/2016 Moony Face 248 Blank verse
11/07/2016 The moon is neon yellow 229 Free verse
11/03/2016 The tourist office is closed 210 Blank verse
11/02/2016 Penny for the Guy 342 Rhyme
10/24/2016 Autumn Fire 380 Prose Poetry
10/23/2016 Voight kampf 258 Free verse
10/21/2016 Winter 475 Free verse
10/09/2016 Aleppo Ring a ring of chlorine gas 326 Rhyme
10/09/2016 Aleppo Syria 531 Rhyme
09/25/2016 LIVING DOLL 713 Prose
09/11/2016 Postmuckiest realist clap trash 377 Narrative
08/31/2016 Girl in a box 417 Rhyme
06/14/2016 Goldilocks and the three bears 658 Free verse
05/22/2016 Go gently 452 Free verse
05/21/2016 Lucy fantastic trip 603 Free verse
05/10/2016 A Life on Mars 447 Free verse
04/30/2016 Paradise Found 668 Free verse
04/26/2016 The Dolls house 514 Free verse
04/15/2016 Catcher in the rye 697 Free verse
04/02/2016 She buzzed me 330 Free verse
03/20/2016 Gipsy Girl 516 Free verse
03/11/2016 Lets get married 427 Prose Poetry
03/09/2016 That first Kiss 438 Prose Poetry
02/27/2016 The Dolls Hospital 672 Free verse
02/20/2016 The Passenger 573 Free verse
02/18/2016 How do I love thee 541 Sonnet
02/10/2016 Entwined 522 Free verse
02/04/2016 The 21st Century Robin Hood 519 Free verse
01/27/2016 Once upon a Time little Red Riding 580 Free verse
01/21/2016 London Town Upon Westminster Bridge January 18 2016 837 Free verse
01/11/2016 The Fish Tank 723 Free verse
12/30/2015 The deserted village 530 Free verse
12/13/2015 The other Jane Eyre 605 Free verse
12/12/2015 In the youth club of my mind 578 Blank verse
12/07/2015 The Well 506 Prose
11/17/2015 Mirror of Memories 485 Free verse
10/30/2015 Memories of Winter 696 Free verse
10/13/2015 I am the Pen 1979 Rhyme
10/05/2015 My love does not live here any more RAP 1776 Free verse
09/10/2015 He tells me that he loves me Controversial 783 Free verse
08/08/2015 The library 673 Free verse
08/02/2015 DAY AND NIGHT 788 Free verse
05/30/2015 The words of the poet 821 Free verse
03/19/2015 May 1st 3025 692 I do not know?
03/07/2015 1970 Lucy in the sky with 643 I do not know?
01/31/2015 Little Red 1062 Rhyme
01/23/2015 What happened to sleeping beauty 714 Rhyme
12/26/2014 In the moment 581 Rhyme
12/01/2014 Love me die 647 Verse
10/04/2014 The Prometheus 869 Free verse
06/01/2014 Come with me again 553 I do not know?
05/03/2014 Dark Matter 612 Free verse
04/04/2014 The night creeps 539 Free verse
03/20/2014 I scattered your ashes today 731 Free verse
03/20/2014 First date 623 Free verse
03/19/2014 I cry stalactites Dark and twisted 689 Free verse
03/10/2014 Loving the Alien 1079 I do not know?
03/01/2014 Into the entity 664 Rhyme
02/20/2014 Dreams 520 I do not know?
02/18/2014 Loving the Angel 559 Rhyme
02/13/2014 Holding the moment 702 Romanticism
02/10/2014 Alzheimers 536 I do not know?
01/11/2014 Hiroshima 1104 Free verse
01/08/2014 The Snow Man 707 Free verse
12/03/2013 The ice god commeth 1004 Epic
11/29/2013 Your Exotic Scent 1141 Free verse
11/16/2013 Depression 608 I do not know?
11/15/2013 The Hunted 662 Rhyme
11/10/2013 Shh 748 Free verse
11/10/2013 The beatles She's leaving home 878 Free verse
10/26/2013 What's it all about 609 I do not know?
09/20/2013 Mont Buet 1st April 1987 642 Epic

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Quote Left It is not that I'm afraid to die. It is that I'm afraid that I might be forgotten Quote Right
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Tony Kirk was born in London, England. He spent his childhood in Harrow Middesex.Tony has lived in South West France for the last 10 years where he has been able to pursue his passion for writing poetry. Living in the middle of French countryside, Tony is able to use the solitude to explore themes both modern and from pre- history. His  view on life is what he sees from his travels working in the Charente and Dordogne region of France.
 
Ten thousand years ago the region was under a salt water lagoon and was inhabited by cave dwellers. The Charente area has a special feel with its life stretching back into pre-history. He feels very privileged to able to live here in this region of France.
 
Tony believes that poetry should have a theme and be understood by all. He's not a fan of  poems that overcomplicate. Over complication can lose an audience causing the reader to switch-off. What should be said should be understood without excluding the reader. If it can't be understood on the first read then file it in the complicated bin. Spelling, grammar and punctuation is not important.(his opinion) It's the ideas, themes and effects that the words have on the reader that matters. After all Shakespeare's work was full of spelling mistakes, made up words and poor grammar and he did OK and virtually no personification....
 
His poetry can be both fun, a bit bonkers and slightly left wing and can sometimes operate in parallel present and past worlds where themes can be expressed in an alternative safe environment..