Tag Archives: Malcolm Evison

and still – the dog walks me (first draft)

legs quivering, like a spluttering candle, I wondered if they would carry me down footpath and bridleways of Piper’s evening walk. I managed,just; then felt relieved to reach the portal of our shared abode. Exhaustion breaks me, the result not … Continue reading

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Restless Night – illustrated poem

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Illustrated Poems – Seminarian & Poem to Secular Jesus

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On Listening to Mahler – a response in six movements

As I’ve just been listening to a wonderful performance of Mahler’s Third Symphony – from the BBC Proms via BBC4 – I felt it an appropriate time to repost this poem of mine. This poem of mine dates back to … Continue reading

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RESTLESS

    RESTLESS     shattered but even so muscle mind and bloated intestines resist   the urge to sleep each yawn stifled by fear   of what new ailment will inhabit this aching hulk of flesh skin and bones … Continue reading

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THE OLD MAN – illustrated poem

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