Articles in category: Poem of the month
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During Wind and Rain by Thomas Hardy
They sing their dearest songs - / He, she, all of them - yea ...
Five poems by Daniel Weissbort
To be a fool is also to be human. / Being human, you cannot but be a fool.
'In England Now A-Bed' by John Birtwhistle
I concede that my comparison between / the crumpled sheet across a double bed / and the mountains of Afghanistan
Autumn in Age and Youth by Tony Connor
At this time of year / my first street was treacherous / with a slick of sodden, blackened leaves
'For John Stavers' by Oliver Bernard
He is walking running dawdling home still