Tag Archives: World War 2
St. Valentine’s Muse – A Poem by ECvW
A couple of years ago I put a huge red heart in Castle Street, Hay-on-Wye. Attached to the heart was a bucket filled with chocolates and on it’s front, the poem typed below. It went down really really well – … Continue reading
POETRY COMPETITIONS FOR SONNETTING SERMONIZERS & LYRICAL LECTORS ALIKE!
These listed with humble thanks to the Poetry Can Website. Mslexia Women’s Poetry Competition 2014 (deadline 16th June) London Magazine International Poetry Competition 2014 (deadline 30th June) Battered Moons Poetry Competition 2014 (deadline 30th June) Ledbury Poetry Festival 2014 Competition … Continue reading
WORDS OF THE WEEK – POEM – Normandy June 2014.
NORMANDY JUNE 2014 Here stones stand rigidly to attention, Row upon row, pristine, off-white; Measured, each to the same height, All equidistance apart. Each stone carefully engraved the same: Number, rank and name of fallen comrade, Someone’s son, lover, husband, … Continue reading