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Poets in SOUTH 58

Poets and poems for SOUTH 58 are shown below:

Denise Bennett – The lady’s companion
Mary Bevan – The floor is slippery
Peter Borchers – Sentences
Peter Burrows – Leavings
Ian Caws – Plane maker; Singer
Douglas Cole – Digging
Claire Coleman – Fresh
Christine Curtis – The trunks
Carla Scarano d’Antonio – Janet
S K Davis – Remembering Gaye
Martin Domleo – Beyond the bling
Claire Dyer – My grandmother plays tennis in 1916; Hospital corners
Robert Etty – Thinking about Doctor Warsap; December 30th, 15.50 approximately
Gail Ferguson – Stonefish
Robin Ford – The gift; Wild wood
Greg Freeman – Churchill in Madeira; The show
David Gale – Morning after
Barry Gray – Making ghosts
Chris Hardy – Behind the sun
Michael Henry – First date
Timothy Houghton – Maine bog
Peter Keeble – Missed cue
Peter Ualrig Kennedy – Tom’s cummerbund
Susan Kilpatrick – Mildew
Camilla Lambert – Camellias
Martin Leech – Gift
Sally Long – Yellow tulips
Dave Martin – Easter Sunday, 1966; Art week blues
Maggie Mealy – The green door
James B Nicola – Flight to Arizona
Sylvia Oldroyd – Stiperstones; Storm over Hardley
Richard Palmer – Waves
Martin Parker – Out of the picture; Lost in punctuation
Miriam Patrick – Frontiers; The last abbot
Anne Peterson – Morning manoeuvres
D A Prince – The mass of St Hubert; The window
Victoria Pugh – Nugget; Deserted
Penny Rogers – Shore leave – 1946
Jeff Skinner – Blue flowers
Madelaine Smith – Marking your place; Disobedience: picking blackberries at 92
Carl Tomlinson – Treelines
Mark Totterdell – Blackbirds; Heath
John Townsend – He writes about her
Nicola Warwick – Brimstone
Margaret Wilmot - Achaia
Geoffrey Winch – Mary, Mary
Chris Winterflood – L’Automne

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