Christine Anne Shaw : Writing

Remembering Portland

Remembering Portland

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


A walk along a bridle pathunveils a vista of blue sea.A sweep of ocean, silver streakedwhich spans the stretch one's eyes can see.So many ribbons flar..
Albert's Gift

Albert's Gift

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


(For Albert)
In Sepia Tones

In Sepia Tones

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


(Great grandparents Lily and George)
Silent Speaker

Silent Speaker

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


(one from the archives)
Way Back When

Way Back When

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


Albert resides in my mind,deep in the corridors of my being.I see him as I always see him,sitting at his parlour tablewaiting for Freda.Waiting for at..
United Front

United Front

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


Distant relatives of mine, Millicent Fawcett (nee garrett), Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, Agnes Garrett, leading suffragettes. Makes me mad when wom..
Foothold

Foothold

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


For all young people struggling with mental health problems.
An Unlikely Drummer

An Unlikely Drummer

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


(some people stay with you forever, they just have that ability)
Death Knell

Death Knell

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


Reading prison, a poem about it's closure. Oscar Wilde was once imprisoned there.
Out With the Old, Ring In the New

Out With the Old, Ring In the New

A Poem by Christine Anne Shaw


A New Year Poem for all of you

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