Tag: november

To Sean O’Brien

For my Poetics prompt I challenge us to entitle, and write about, or to, any one poet of our choice (with the Ode style an extra option). And employing something of the poet’s style too if possible in: “A Poem to A Poet”

Copy Cat

I was struck by the mirroring of shape and colour between the hill and the cloud on Sunday’s local walkabout. During lockdown2, I’ve been covering the same ground much of the time and avoiding muddy footpaths whenever possible though this day was not one… Continue Reading “Copy Cat”

Goodbye November

“The landscape sleeps in mist from morn till noon;And, if the sun looks through, ’tis with a faceBeamless and pale and round, as if the moon,When done the journey of her nightly race,Had found him sleeping, and supplied his place…” John Clare, ‘The Shepherd’s… Continue Reading “Goodbye November”