Tag: The Hand that Sees

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by Stewart Conn
A Welcome / / Sons and daughters of Aesculapius / from Doctor & Prof to Mr & Ms, / we the citizenry of Auld Reekie / celebrate your Quincentenary; / James...
by Norman Kreitman
Step this way, sir. Just here you may see / a child's head so full of water / that the world's alarms were quite...
by Anne MacLeod
I would have loved you, wept / with your father and your mother / over these tiny perfect hands, perfect feet / / preserved skin-free, en-pointe – / as...
by Anne MacLeod
I am looking, as you are, through Henry Wade / his eyes, his lens: the Rafa-Gaza road / aching towards a sky perhaps grey,...
by Frank Kuppner
A Continuity Problem / / 1. / Machines for fixing / machines for fixing machines / for fixing machines. / / 2. / For a waiting-room, / it's perfect. We don't even / realise we're there. / / 3. / ‘I'd rather...
by Gerrie Fellows
This is what happened / Someone lifted a grey translucency to the light / and held it there / seeing the knit fracture in the clavicle / the...
by Kevin MacNeil
For all the eye specialists I’ve seen – in varying degrees of haziness – over the years, / and for the...
by John Burnside
'my eyes have seen what my hand did' / — Robert Lowell / / No matter what we say, we still believe / the soul is here,...
by Dilys Rose
smaller than the eye can see the living dead / floating in limbo awaiting a host / / we don't discriminate we'll invade anyone / occupy your secret places incubate and...
by Diana Hendry
From the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, / University of St Andrews / In the autumn of 1948 a message was received from a...
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