Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dog Fur to Tick

Dog Fur to Tick I make you tick parasite life dog fur to tick. You feed off me I make you click A friendly flea dog fur to tick parasitic means for sharing worldly scenes within one hug. by David … Continue reading

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Likened to Mud

Likened to Mud I stick to mud You stick to me Lichen to tree Like sphagnum Clings upon A stone Set deep Into a bog. By David Bugg (2009)

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Alike Brown suede – gold ring – blue jeans, alike, content, it seems, of rust – lichen – of cloud, of city life, it dreams, sleep-walks-on and on through life. By David Bugg (2009)

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The Wall

The Wall Soles, alone, pound the organic trail chores, voluntarily, assumed and done for joy, for fun, aches rise like the thick humid damp dragging limbs (and) sagging minds. Electric, in series, empowering the soul, discharging, in parallel, head to … Continue reading

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2009 Mini Rhymes…

I came across a series of old mini poems from 2009…I will struggle to fit a suitable photo to them so am going to post them now one per day from tomorrow. They are silly little rhymes but meant something … Continue reading

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Photo Poem: “Pencil to Paper”

“Pencil to Paper” I put a question first to myself then to the page. Is it even worth writing down? Mindless plagerism, dropping of names, like Billy Collins, as Massive Attack whispered to Sunday pm sounds. Atmospheric beats stifled by … Continue reading

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Lincolnshire’s Poet Laureate writes Theddlethorpe verse

Just heard a real nice poem on Country Tracks, it’s by Joel Stickley and was inspired by a warning sign on Theddlethorpe beach… Untitled (Theddlethorpe) At Theddlethorpe, the sea goes out for miles and England falls away beneath your feet … Continue reading

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