Tag: books

by Alasdair Paterson
The soldier boys know nothing / of the world but how to end it.
by Andrew F. Giles
Brooke, R., 1914 & Other Poems (Complete Press, / 28th impression, 1920). Restrained, a story of memory, / navy-bound with a firmament of stains,...
by Robert Louis Stevenson
At evening when the lamp is lit, / Around the fire my parents sit; / They sit at home and talk and sing, / And do...
by Pauline Prior-Pitt
In your muddy coat, you stroll up from your croft; / choose two biographies. / / And I'm not sure you'll want / to look at poetry;...
by Aislinn Hunter
In T.S. Eliot’s Collected, a hand written dedication, / To all self-worshippers. / / Over the line in Lord Nelson’s letter to Lady Hamilton / where...
by George Bruce
Books – thousands – on shelves – / Wisdom of ages. / Folly if not in me / / When two words do / for ten, then there is / the...
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