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  • Weekly Poem for 17 September 2018

    'She Thought Her Father Was a Butcher' by Claire Williamson

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  • Archive of weekly poems…

  • Weekly Poem for 17 September 2018

    'She Thought Her Father Was a Butcher' by Claire Williamson

    Weekly Poem for 10 September 2018

    'Travelling North' by Jenna Plewes

    Weekly Poem for 23 July 2018

    'Kiss' by Rhian Edwards

    Weekly Poem for 16 July 2018

    'Mandarin Duck' by Charlotte Geater

    Weekly Poem for 09 July 2018

    'They kill them with fire, water, electricity' by Madeleine Riffaud, translated by Alan Dent

    Weekly Poem for 03 July 2018

    'Bouquet' by Julia Nemirovskaya; translated by Boris Dralyuk

    Weekly Poem for 25 June 2018

    'young woman views Chagall' by Gram Joel Davies

    Weekly Poem for 18 June 2018

    'Hare' by Carolyn Jess-Cooke

    Weekly Poem for 11 June 2018

    'An Irishman Coaches the Beautiful Game in the American South' by Conor O'Callaghan

    Weekly Poem for 05 June 2018

    'Pondskater' by Giles Goodland

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