Daily Archives: October 18, 2013

Time to save poetry from ‘poets’

Why is there so much bad poetry around today? Or so much prose which is called poetry but isn’t. Perhaps the problem is the fact that poetry is so little studied in any general sense by most people and therefore … Continue reading

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Moments

If I could touch those childhood moments, when sunshine danced on morning’s face, and sang of possibility, and abundance, of optimism, expectation and simple joys, then, like captured drifts of cloud, or light consumed, fairy-floss of day, could, would I … Continue reading

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