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06
Dec
11

Seeking

This poem of seeking is filled with eloquence and temperance.

Christina Matthews’ “Salmon”

22
Nov
11

Inside

To be inside a poem like this. To be immersed in its sounds and incidents…

James Arthur’s “In Praise of Noise”

12
Nov
11

Depth

Depth and loveliness in one remarkable poem.

Daniel Patrick Sheehan’s “Birdsong”

20
Oct
11

Distance

A description of distance that’s truly compelling.

Katie Ford’s “[I Failed Him and He Failed Me]”

11
Oct
11

Grace

This has such measured grace, such freedom to it.

W.F. Lantry’s “Quatorze Juillet”

16
Sep
11

Mesmerised

We are mesmerised and continue to be. We don’t know why. But here it is.

John Sibley Williams'”Abandoned”

10
Sep
11

Strange Hold

Some poems have a strange hold on you. They neither chase you nor follow you but let you remember them by their sheer memorable light.

Matthew Siegel’s “Overlooking the City”




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