Archive for the remembrance Category

Lines on Two Missed Football Matches

Posted in death, Poetry, remembrance, writing with tags , , on April 13, 2015 by Graeme Cooper

A quiet requiem arrives
On a quiet Easterly breeze
Bringing words
of a half forgotten song
Mingled with the wind
Which we silently sing
To the memory one gone too soon. And the sky replies with rain,
As if weeping.



Posted in Poetry, remembrance, War with tags , , on November 6, 2014 by Graeme Cooper

Excited faces delight,

In triumphant Lancaster flypast.

I remain sombre,

Feeling the only one who sees,

Children applauding bombers.

Josephine Corcoran

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Shore Poets

Scotland's Leading Platform for Live Poetry

Katie Jo Anderson

Artist based in South West Scotland; interested in people, places, materials and collaborative practice.

Big Ape Diary

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Poesy plus Polemics

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Unbound Boxes Limping Gods

The writer gives life to a story, the reader keeps it alive.

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Sunflower Poetry

Poetry of the heart, from the prairies to the world.

everyday amazing

spreading good cheer, fun & love for life

Eclipsing Winter

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The Poetry Tree

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Oyez Review

The literary magazine of the Creative Writing Program at Roosevelt University

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