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‘Shade’

The month twas White and decked with Gold, With gifts for young, the gifts from old. We saw the films and read the books, A Reddened nose;...

The Winter Wind

As we talk apples drop from the trees outside, Worms feast on the fallen glories. As we talk grey clouds fist up in the sky, Birds return...

Christmas Conundrums

Nip into town on a cold Christmas Eve, Trying to find a present for Steve, And Mum, and Dad, and grandparents too. I’ve left it so late,...

In Praise Of…

It's been so long, my love, but I haven't yet found a perfume that reminds me of you.   I've felt you on my fingertips, inhaled you after midnight welcomed...

‘Ebony Eve’

Inky darkness ebbed and creeped, Black and cold and deeply steeped, In auburn fire of Sun’s rebirth, Pale moon above the ebony Earth. Leaves twist and writhe upon...

Ode to Brie

Your heart is as as soft as snow drops, Your soul is a slice of heaven You are so delicious I want to devour you You would...

Creative Fridays: Chess

With Netflix's House of Cards having returned on Valentine's, Dan Squire's poem is a timely reminder that all's to play for in love and war.     Invited to his...

Creative Fridays: ‘For N.’

Run away with Daniel's beautiful poem in this week's Creative Fridays.    We were standing underneath an apple tree, When you turned and said to me So softly...

Creative Friday: ‘Remnants of a Life Lived’

This week's Creative Friday is a wonderful poem about nostalgia and youth from Sabrina Aziz I rifle through old photographs, sepia sticking to long, thin fingers...

Creative Feature: Everything is Changing

In honour of Remembrance, this week's poignant and powerful Creative Friday is on the theme of war…    I He sits. Posture refined. Perfect balance. A figure of...