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Date PostedPoemTitle# ViewsForm  
11/05/2019 street life 23 Blank verse
10/27/2019 a bright red wild strawberry 45 Imagism
10/21/2019 shylocks daughter 39 Sonnet
10/19/2019 from inside a lonely cloud 92 Villanelle
10/16/2019 the herons wing 56 Pantoum
10/09/2019 good bye my friend 72 Blank verse
10/05/2019 field of maize in acrylic 66 Prose Poetry
09/06/2019 letting go 54 Free verse
09/05/2019 Eleanor Rigby a day in the life 83 Prose
08/16/2019 French revolution 171 Free verse
07/24/2019 the nail 95 Prose Poetry
06/02/2019 this shingled shore 88 Blank verse
04/09/2019 Sky 203 Prose Poetry
03/20/2019 Old Madrid 201 Blank verse
03/17/2019 Lucylastic 164 Prose Poetry
02/21/2019 PTSD 198 Prose Poetry
02/10/2019 The Starry Night 235 Ekphrasis
02/07/2019 the unknown junkie 321 Prose Poetry
01/29/2019 Lost 276 Prose Poetry
01/16/2019 Lost Love 200 Prose Poetry
01/09/2019 Jean Genie 207 Prose Poetry
01/04/2019 The village is opened 268 Prose Poetry
11/04/2018 Rogue planets 181 Prose Poetry
10/14/2018 Time 158 Blank verse
09/09/2018 In the blink of an eye 254 Blank verse
07/06/2018 The pit wheel keeps on turning 257 Prose Poetry
06/30/2018 Sleep comes so slowly in the dark 247 Prose Poetry
04/12/2018 Bend slowly their stiff canes 394 Rhyme
03/24/2018 The Market 391 Rhyme
03/05/2018 Strange lights 345 Free verse
02/01/2018 Weave me yet another day 206 Rhyme
01/06/2018 Luna Pilot 347 Rhyme
12/26/2017 The Union Jack 270 Blank verse
11/10/2017 Morning is broken 328 Free verse
10/30/2017 A Maize In 299 Blank verse
09/18/2017 Melt down 334 Free verse
08/20/2017 Let it be 213 Free verse
07/25/2017 Secrets 300 Free verse
05/07/2017 The sedated sea 368 Prose Poetry
04/13/2017 The Garden 366 Prose
03/19/2017 Pavlovs Dog 397 Free verse
02/02/2017 Weird flotsam 367 Free verse
01/09/2017 I am the sum of all the parts 418 Blank verse
12/24/2016 Death of a poem 349 Free verse
12/21/2016 Moony Face 407 Blank verse
11/07/2016 The moon is neon yellow 401 Free verse
11/03/2016 The tourist office is closed 338 Blank verse
11/02/2016 Penny for the Guy 615 Rhyme
10/24/2016 Autumn Fire 584 Prose Poetry
10/23/2016 Voight kampf 437 Free verse
10/21/2016 Winter 844 Free verse
10/09/2016 Aleppo Ring a ring of chlorine gas 696 Rhyme
10/09/2016 Aleppo Syria 782 Rhyme
09/25/2016 Living Doll 1097 Prose
09/11/2016 Postmuckiest realist clap trash 526 Narrative
08/31/2016 Girl in a box 681 Rhyme
06/14/2016 Goldilocks and the three bears 1052 Free verse
05/22/2016 Go gently 646 Free verse
05/21/2016 Lucy fantastic trip 781 Free verse
05/10/2016 A Life on Mars 673 Free verse
04/30/2016 Paradise Found 922 Free verse
04/26/2016 The Dolls house 736 Free verse
04/15/2016 Catcher in the rye 936 Free verse
04/02/2016 She buzzed me 457 Free verse
03/20/2016 Gipsy Girl 804 Free verse
03/11/2016 Lets get married 720 Prose Poetry
03/09/2016 That first Kiss 585 Prose Poetry
02/27/2016 The Dolls Hospital 801 Free verse
02/20/2016 The Passenger 866 Free verse
02/18/2016 How do I love thee 676 Sonnet
02/10/2016 Entwined 679 Free verse
02/04/2016 The 21st Century Robin Hood 726 Free verse
01/27/2016 Once upon a Time little Red Riding 752 Free verse
01/21/2016 London Town Upon Westminster Bridge January 18 2016 1033 Free verse
01/11/2016 The Fish Tank 1071 Free verse
12/30/2015 The deserted village 726 Free verse
12/13/2015 The other Jane Eyre 912 Free verse
12/12/2015 In the youth club of my mind 682 Blank verse
12/07/2015 The Well 695 Prose
11/17/2015 Mirror of Memories 635 Free verse
10/30/2015 Memories of Winter 897 Free verse
10/13/2015 I am the Pen 2986 Rhyme
10/05/2015 My love does not live here any more RAP 2298 Free verse
09/10/2015 He tells me that he loves me Controversial 1192 Free verse
08/08/2015 The library 791 Free verse
08/02/2015 DAY AND NIGHT 939 Free verse
05/30/2015 The words of the poet 1246 Free verse
03/19/2015 May 1st 3025 854 I do not know?
03/07/2015 1970 Lucy in the sky with 793 I do not know?
01/31/2015 Little Red 1329 Rhyme
01/23/2015 What happened to sleeping beauty 832 Rhyme
12/26/2014 In the moment 752 Rhyme
12/01/2014 Love me die 779 Verse
10/04/2014 The Prometheus 1012 Free verse
06/01/2014 Come with me again 714 I do not know?
05/03/2014 Dark Matter 782 Free verse
04/04/2014 The night creeps 662 Free verse
03/20/2014 I scattered your ashes today 986 Free verse
03/20/2014 First date 805 Free verse
03/19/2014 I cry stalactites Dark and twisted 860 Free verse
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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..