Articles in category: Poem of the month
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At the Doctor's
Tell it to your doctor, if he's an old man he'll roll around on the floor at your feet laughing.
Not the Dead by Dennis O'Driscoll
It is not the dead who haunt us.
Horace Odes II.8 translated by Bill Shepherd
Dellius, all must die: be sure to retain / an equable mind in vexation
Summer's End by Anne Pennington
Angels and Harvesters
Angels and Harvesters by James Harpur