Superimpose

A new poem, written since moving back to England. My themes are altered & I am now beginning to find my stride with them, especially owing to my access to books being greatly improved; having a marked effect on my perceptions. I apologize for my tardiness, I read with gusto, insatiably; finding little time for …

Losing March

An absolute belter by S.S. Hicks, the dweller in the desert, but her imagery may come out of the desert, but its certainly ain't deserted of density & complexity. An astonishing control of verbs to set the action of nature moving: got to appreciate "light fanning into a kaleidoscope of green" the unexpected use of …

fish lady

this first appeared at The Poet Head last year, 1 of 6 in my first publication. i was grateful then & remain grateful to Chris Murray for accepting my work— her decision gave me the confidence to pursue more poems about Jeju & to push my poems to as wide an audience as possible. this poem …

The Black Shore Rubbish Disposal of Paradise

i recently sent this one to Tim Miller at wordandsilence, via email & he said these things about this poem: one hell of a first stanza!!!!!!!!!!!!! (my exclamation marks) Of everything you've sent me this one is tops for me.!!!!!!!!! (my exclamation marks). It's interesting to me what yr doing with this place people go on …

interpretation of viii Chinese symbols on a grave

more Chinese grave interpretations with photographs of the graveyard & surrounding area. how's this for life in death? i was surprised at the reception of the first of these i put here, so thank you, i hope you will enjoy these as much— i have plenty of them prepared for future posts.   interpretation of …