Tag: poems on postcards

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by Donny O’Rourke
Your custom often / when the house was still / / to brew milky coffee / and reminisce. / / Child care experts would have frowned / on my late hours, / / The bitter...
by Alec Finlay
shrivelled little figs / that never made it / to the table / / swirling a late cup of milky tea / what she’d like...
by Christine De Luca
September / Peel some hazelnuts while they’re still green. Our grapes can hang another day. / / October / Take these walnuts next door. Tell them we...
by Edwin Morgan
In a little rainy mist of white and grey / we sat under an old tree, / drank tea toasts to the powdery mountain, / undrunk...
by Jackie Kay
No one makes soup like my Grandpa’s, / with its diced carrots the perfect size / and its diced potatoes the perfect size / and its...
by Mary Blackadder
What if we could make clones of ourselves? / You wouldn't have to go to school / You could just send your clone / All you'd...
by Alison Fell
Just before winter / we see the trees show / their true colours: / the mad yellow of chestnuts / two maples like blood sisters / the orange beech / braver than...
by Tom Leonard
I like seeing nurse frieda knitting / as I like watching my wife knitting / as I liked watching my mother knitting / though she was...
by Edwin Morgan
‘What would you put in the foundation stone / for future generations?’ ‘A horseshoe, / a ballet shoe, a horseshoe crab, a sea-horse, / a sheriff’s...
by James Robertson
And if or when the people's surge subsides / to tourist trickles from this present spate, / do not relax or quietly desiccate, / do not...
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