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Dorothy Eleanor Nickson

Dorothy Eleanor Nickson

A Poem by JohnL


It was Spring. You have seen the daffodils And wondered about the hyacinths. Pansies are out, and daisies Before your window, And the..
Attack

Attack

A Story by JohnL


I apologise for the brutality of this piece.It is not something I enjoyed writing, but something I do know a little about as I have trained in demolit..
Superstore

Superstore

A Story by JohnL


This is the first poem I ever wrote. Not to be judged - I know the fauts and the plethora of 'ands' is to emphasise rhythm.
Homeless Boys: India

Homeless Boys: India

A Poem by JohnL


They sit by a fire Today they have been lucky Today’s streets, rich in wood and cow dung; Flies don’t like fire and they have eaten...
Two Men's Views of the Alhambra

Two Men\'s Views of the Alhambra

A Story by JohnL


One man's meat is another man's poison. OK, Let's get the poison over and then enjoy the fillet steak.
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WINTER JOYS (But not for ducks)

WINTER JOYS (But not for ducks)

A Poem by JohnL


For Sal's Minute Poem Contest
Welcome Spring

Welcome Spring

A Poem by JohnL


I have taken the sample option rather than the schematic as they don't quite equate. This is for Poetic Piers' Curtal Sonnet Contest
The Harpstrings of Dee

The Harpstrings of Dee

A Poem by JohnL


The Harpstrings of Dee Here beside the Dee, separating Welsh hills and Wirral countryside See the sparkle of air-frost spangle sparse-clad winte..
Un tres beau fromage est Brie

Un tres beau fromage est Brie

A Poem by JohnL


Cheesed Off With Love James, I’d like you to see That I too like Brie, and I think you’ll agree That she’s right to choose me; ..
Things Better Left Unsaid!

Things Better Left Unsaid!

A Poem by JohnL


Things Better Left Unsaid! I know myself; I say: “Let’s keep it That way.” John Berry, 9 December 2008 For Poetry W..