Monthly Archives: March 2016

Visiting Sheelin, poem by Marion Clarke (MY MANE MEMORIES Poetry & Prose Series)

Visiting Sheelin Marion Clarke “Let me brush your hair,” you say, “how’d you get it in such a state?” And you scramble up onto those sharp, little knees on that huge, unyielding hospital bed. My friend and I, both college … Continue reading

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Like father, like son – poetry in the genes

‘It concentrates you…it encourages deep reading, rather than the skim that the world is getting used to – this McDonald’s, fast-food language.” So says poet and musician, Adrian Rice, on the result of taking a good poem seriously in ‘this age of … Continue reading

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Halogen days

  Written for a photo prompt over at Creative Writing Ink Why not have a go?!  

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