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09/18/2022 They also ran 20 Epigram
09/13/2022 After a poem by Walter von der Vogelweide' 32 Lyric
09/07/2022 It's Liz's Turn 80 Burlesque
09/04/2022 Passing On 36 Elegiac Lyric
08/14/2022 The Great Flood of 1342 163 Rhyme
07/02/2022 Ketchup on the Wall 292 Burlesque
06/11/2022 Elder Sisters Know Better, Well, Usually 300 Free verse
06/08/2022 And Rachel is still weeping 277 Elegiac Lyric
06/08/2022 Rex and Reza 305 Narrative
06/08/2022 A Nocturnal Incident between Pub and Home 305 Burlesque
12/06/2021 On Second Thoughts 124 Dramatic Monologue
11/23/2021 Mourning a broken wineglass 101 Elegiac Lyric
11/11/2021 Love and respect 135 Light Verse
11/04/2021 But she had such a sweet winning smile 250 Narrative
11/03/2021 Out of work and no hors d'oeuvre 132 Burlesque
03/18/2021 Experts insist on a bovine contribution in the war against climate 247 Light Verse
02/11/2021 For Want of a Nail you don't stand a Dog's Chance 193 Light Verse
01/21/2021 By the Wayside Stricken 219 Elegiac Lyric
01/18/2021 Pandora's Box 243 Burlesque
01/05/2021 January the Sixth, 2021 332 Rhyme
01/01/2021 Cromwell Revisited 240 Dramatic Monologue
12/18/2020 MY Side of the Story 468 Dramatic Monologue
12/03/2020 Be All Things to All Men 304 Burlesque
11/22/2020 Toil and Trouble 312 Rhyme
10/09/2020 Unmasking the Truth 160 Didactic
09/26/2020 Two Sides to Everything 254 Free verse
09/24/2020 RBG's Body lies amoldering in the grave 105 Epitaph
08/23/2020 Promises, Promises 146 Didactic
08/22/2020 Some Consolation 136 Free verse
08/03/2020 Ya Boo and FiddleSticks 129 Burlesque
07/23/2020 A bad combination 129 Didactic
07/15/2020 Does not manhood kill the boy 177 Elegiac Lyric
07/06/2020 The dark and the pale 127 Free verse
06/30/2020 Top Dog on Olympus 242 Dramatic Monologue
06/29/2020 My old clock 221 Verse
06/17/2020 Forgiving and Trespassing 338 Free verse
06/10/2020 The Tragic Tale of Rosamund Clifford 191 Ballad
06/08/2020 Optimist or Pessimist 144 Epigram
06/07/2020 We had a democratic system and judges stern but just 405 Dramatic Monologue
06/04/2020 Old Judd 163 Elegy
06/03/2020 In the Bible on my Shelf 219 Dramatic Monologue
05/25/2020 The last cowboy 331 Cowboy Poetry
05/22/2020 Veterans, once more into the breach 216 Rhyme
05/11/2020 On the Bridge of Avignon 196 Verse
04/22/2020 Caliban, my unwanted soulmate 171 Rhyme
03/29/2020 Beware the Dreaded Lurgwurt 154 Didactic
03/22/2020 Rules of thumb in the present situation 168 Rhyme
03/21/2020 Not since the days of Cyrus 184 Rhyme
03/18/2020 After Jean de la Fontaine's fable The Animals sick from the Plague 281 Narrative
03/08/2020 A cautionary ditty concerning fast food 361 Burlesque
02/21/2020 Confessions of a crazy mixed-up elderly he-goat 202 Burlesque
02/21/2020 Hemlock or the power to mock 202 Epitaph
02/19/2020 A Husband's Nightmare 182 Romanticism
02/12/2020 Everything is going so wrong in the world it can't be true 216 Rhyme
01/30/2020 Moonstruck 172 Light Verse
01/29/2020 The less edifying second verse 262 Burlesque
01/29/2020 A hazard warning to wandering poets 199 Burlesque
01/29/2020 There's always somebody for someone 265 Rhyme
01/27/2020 Being on track 167 Rhyme
01/16/2020 What I imagine Blake might have said today 213 Rhyme
01/16/2020 71 : 17 A Reflection 180 Blank verse
01/15/2020 Post Truth 235 Dramatic Monologue
01/10/2020 Yankee Doodle returns to town 322 Burlesque
01/05/2020 War Mars the Face of Man 143 Political Verse
01/04/2020 In a Lonely Garden 269 Elegy
12/30/2019 On Second Thoughts 330 Dramatic Monologue
12/24/2019 But what about the story 258 I do not know?
12/23/2019 Too Late 151 Blank verse
12/20/2019 A Jeremiad for our Times 205 Elegy
12/19/2019 Of Slimy Cucumbers and a Luscious Swede 204 Burlesque
12/16/2019 Brexit, Brexit, Mon Amour 227 Sonnet
12/13/2019 Seeking rhyme and reason in politics these days 243 Political Verse
12/08/2019 A lesson to be learned from Don Juan's sorry fate 321 Didactic
12/03/2019 Decidedlly NOT the kind of hot dog you'd ever want to eat 397 Didactic
12/02/2019 Williams Since 1066 190 Didactic
11/28/2019 On one of life's totally insignificant incidents 274 Narrative
11/16/2019 On the doleful prospect of devoting an ode to a screwdriver 454 Light Verse
10/20/2019 An Unexpected Encounter 300 Dramatic Monologue
09/03/2019 Swan Song of an Old-Guard Tory 257 Political Verse
07/26/2019 How the Brexit Light Brigade Gambolled into the Wilderness 236 Political Verse
07/14/2019 No Better Gift 295 Lyric
06/28/2019 To Little Birds and Tweeting an Ode 464 Ode
06/14/2019 Fair land of sheer delight 198 Rhyme
06/07/2019 There's Nowt on our Herm 217 Free verse
06/01/2019 Holistically Speaking 319 Didactic
05/15/2019 On Occurrence in New York at four forty-five PM on March 25th 1911 281 Free verse
05/14/2019 Extremely moderate advice on the consumption of slightly poisoned food 273 Free verse
05/13/2019 A Tip from Charon to Thomas Jefferson 266 Burlesque
03/03/2019 Uzzelbundit's Alphabetic Progress 242 Rhyme
01/24/2019 Not Wholly as it should Be 306 Political Verse
01/20/2019 Of Cabbages and Kings 316 Rhyme
01/06/2019 A Mermaid's Parting Words 353 Elegiac Lyric
12/29/2018 Strange Dreams 333 Imagism
12/20/2018 It is most odd to report 249 Limerick
12/18/2018 Ode to the long neglected squirrel 518 Couplet
12/16/2018 The bureaucrat's pen versus the the sword 332 Heroic Couplet
12/16/2018 One for the pot 392 Couplet
12/12/2018 Down in Westminster 340 Burlesque
12/02/2018 Lest youth's first ardor e'er grow cold 286 Burlesque
11/28/2018 When You Know 546 Prose Poetry
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Articles

 Article TitleWriter
From Emilia Galotti to Miss Julie Julian Scutts
Towards Deciphering an Enigma The Pied Piper of Hamelin Julian Scutts
Wandering in the Focus of an Intertextual Investigation Julian Scutts
Of Daffodils, Clouds and Breezes: "Wanderer" in Poems Julian Scutts
Ambivalences in PARADISE LOST Julian Scutts
Das Nibelungenlied and its Possible Connection with Arminius Julian Scutts
Goethe's WANDRERS STURMLIED Julian Scutts
Inspiration and Dorothy Wordsworth's Diary Entry on Maundy Thursday Julian Scutts
Is this Beckett’s Message? Godot Arrives Whenever We Help a Fellow Human on the Spot Julian Scutts
The Textual Sources of the Pied Piper Legend Julian Scutts
The word 'breeze' in Romantic Poetry Julian Scutts
Julien Sorel, Saint or Apostate? Julian Scutts
A Defence of Wandering, A Defence of Poetry? Julian Scutts
And Is There Honey Still For Tea? Well, Is There? Julian Scutts
The Correlation of Poetry and Prose in Heinrich Heine's HARZREISE Julian Scutts
On the Question of the Inspirational Source of Robert Browning's "Saul' Julian Scutts
Goethe’s Surprising Verses in Praise of Napoleon as the Harbinger of an Era of European Peace and Prosperity Julian Scutts
Der Arme Heinrich: An enigmatic tale from the Middle Ages Julian Scutts
The Role of Verbal Clues in Distinguishing Variations of the Wanderer Motif in Works by Goethe and the English Romantic Poets Julian Scutts
Two notable myth-based omens of war and disaster in late nineteenth century novels Julian Scutts
Robert Browning’s “The Pied Piper of Hamelin” viewed as the result of the sublimation of “The Dance of Death” Julian Scutts