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I see the lavender – illustrated poem

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SPIKE and BURDOCK – two illustrated Poems

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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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and warmth caresses

  a day of brightness and warmth caresses a wildly inflamed frame and brain the opioids assisted a belated entry into day but thankfully nature profferred a welcoming charm   malcolm evison 04 May 2016

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Twice Removed

TWICE REMOVED     Today the sky is one removed from second-hand   the space of window-door is boarded up   the new skylight reveals a mottled blue white   ceiling. And we sealed off held captive   to constructor’s … Continue reading

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A SPUN ILLUSION

A SPUN ILLUSION A few slender lines of spider silk stretch between wild grasses deflect and tantalize the sun’s beams – like wingless dragonflies – a plenitude of insects seems to haunt the lines – an intermittent iridescent sheen darts … Continue reading

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butterflies

the butterflies imbibe nectar of lavender even dark clouds that gather and glower have not yet frightened them away malcolm evison

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