Month: August 2020

  • Solstice Song by Rob Lock

    Solstice Song by Rob Lock

    Solstice Song Sun beating down all the longest day rain throughout the shortest night. Fitting extremes for intemperate days when heat is taken for light. Copyright © 2020 Rob Lock

  • Anniversary Song by Rob Lock

    Anniversary Song by Rob Lock

    Anniversary Song That first summer he was water rinsing through her hair, underbelly of the cat; she a crisp clean shirt, baize top of the desk that he dreamed at… and if he’s sometimes now the grease stuck to the bottom of the oven, she the shelf he bangs his head on standing up… they’re […]

  • #Me Neither by Rob Lock

    #Me Neither by Rob Lock

    #Me Neither Six of us together: three women of a certain age – buddies of old – along with their final (here’s hoping) life partners, when, in the fullness of time, the talk turned to estate agents, and one that the others all knew from way back – pillar etc. – who, it transpired, had […]

  • August Featured Reader – Martin Hayden

    August Featured Reader – Martin Hayden

    Martin Hayden was the featured reader in our August meeting. The meeting was held via Zoom, as we still cannot meet face to face, but it brought the added benefit of a second visit by the Australian poet Michelle Poole, who joined us from Melbourne. For Michelle it was 5:00am and she was a day […]

  • Martin Hayden p.2

    Martin Hayden p.2