Monthly Archives: July 2014

Dancing to Donovan – a Cut-Out Poem

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And Do You Kiss Them, The Elephants?

Perhaps it’s a nurtured and natural state of deference to others – a default setting; maybe, in tandem and in parallel, a preferred leaning from limelight or bluster, and better the giving to others the easier ride… whatever, my conversational … Continue reading

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Light Pressure – a Cut-Out Poem

Or a ‘Work-Out Poem’, perhaps. At our little local gym this week I started taking notice of all the many notices around the place. You know those set-ups where everyone involved in the running thereof at some point has produced … Continue reading

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Talk/Feel: a Cut-Out Occurrence

I cut out a line. I turned the strip of paper over in my fingers.

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Bohemian Nina – a Cut-Out Poem

… well actually a Cut-Out times two. This one has been skulking about for a while – as much as such mellowness can skulk, of course. It was missing a something, which came with a slight little slicing and a title … Continue reading

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Blowing Cherubs – a Cut-Out Poem

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Thinkus Bigus

Today was mainly a fed-up day. I know I’ve got a cold coming on (B. had it last week and we done a canoodle and now it’s mine), and I’m still not entirely certain that one of my toes isn’t … Continue reading

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