The following is a random collection of some of my poems since my student days. Some are better than others; many are too old for me to have any hope of rescuing them any longer. Still, this is the web: you get what you pay for. If you want just a feel, try Blencathra, Dante's Dream and Empties, probably my favourites. The groups are in reverse chronological order, though individual poems within the groups aren’t.
Mixed in are four sequences, Cumbrian Settings; Berlin Fountains; Stations: Fourteen Pairs of Half-Sonnets, There and Back; and assorted Clerihews, which count as a ‘sequence’ because I can't be bothered to sort them according to date. They are in no sense sequential, other than not being concurrent.
There are also brief notes to go with these poems.
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