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The Lost Children

The children, half fledged and pale faced, were a raggle-taggle bunch, with red eyes swollen and snotty noses, their duffle coats buttoned up against...

Which Side Are You On?

It takes a fifteen year old girl to put us all to shame She says “I’ll not go to your schools no more For you pissed my future down the drain” Which...

Thanks A Bunch

Thanks A Bunch It was Easter holidays, I’d been in to do a bit of marking And make sure the ‘Speaking and Listening’ had been entered Sarah a nd the...


A pair (is that the write word?) of garish, gold curtains, Which we certainly wanted to take down, replace, once we'd settled in to our 1960s semi,...

Water Under The Bridge

Right foot first, soles kissing each paving stone, I didn’t watch the light on the water below, anticipating your face. I crossed the crossing place...


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Amazing. Great poem. Knocked

Posted on Sat, 21 Mar 2015

Amazing. Great poem. Knocked me sideways.


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