All posts tagged poem

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Hole-Heart Boy

into a library of toxins enter the hole-heart boy   on a guanine dice-roll or a meiotic card-shuffle or god’s fingers poking a womb   “don’t we have it lucky?” […]

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Last Week

Centimetre by centimetre You opened up a hole in me At the start I barely noticed Until I Was standing at the airport gate Too early leaving you behind And […]

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Brotherhood

You snuffed out your cigarette With a cruel stamp Of your twisted foot. The ash spilled out, Out into silence Where air and sweat Mingled with the dying light.   […]

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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav: Reclaiming Simplicity

Love is complicated; ‘Love & Misadventure’ is not. In my opinion, it takes skill to capture such a nuanced experience so well when using such simple, plaintive prose.

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London

Adulthood. This is Adulthood. This is a central line train to the end of your life. Change here for a career, or the motherhood line. Please mind the gap between […]

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LOYLE CARNER: YESTERDAY’S GONE REVIEW

★★★★ The South London rapper’s accomplished debut album showcases his laid-back style and focus on family. Two years after the release of his EP A Little Late, Loyle Carner provides […]

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The Embrace of Snow.

Gravestones protruded from the ground like milk teeth. An old, grey man stuttered up the hillside path, avoiding the overgrowth. Hunched over his cane, his withered hands shook but he […]

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Long Forgotten

I keep thinking how strange it is, That when we’re dead and long gone Our memory will live. In paper and words and stories we tell our kids. Who will […]

The Break of my Mother's Blessing

The Break of my Mother’s Blessing

“The child defeated the mother screaming…” Read the anonymous submission by Joan of Arc.   The shoes on your feet were a choice we made, You flew, you surpassed; you […]