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The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 19h ago

Homecoming You lift our new daughter from the car as I place the bags down and shout for the boys. Our neighbour is already upon you, ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 1d ago

plastic animals a plastic toucan tippled forward banging its head on the desk my hair no longer grew just hung around my shoulders fraying ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 5d ago

Nowhere in ParticularFrom the Labyrinth Considering the world is all within the walls remade in shadow and light. Love is always a ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 1w ago

Kanaya This pale coastline is doomed by the melting of the icecaps and subsequent rise of the sea, which lies paper thin on the crust of ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 1w ago

Boomers Cat Stevens drifts down from the record player in the flat above, plucking at the heartstrings of the triplets, who always have ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 2w ago

Birthday A day so ordinary. Everything’s been said and written before. A morning walk. Curled cabbages spread over the field alongside ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 2w ago

Mr Tuckwood Yellow caped, fingers numb, traipsing to carbolic air again, to the taste of blood and rust, a barren desk scarred, goal-posts ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 3w ago

Bottled Past midnight. Paros, Greece. July the sweetest month to be alive, eighteen. A dust-quiet street, a breather from the dancing ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 3w ago

The Visitation Over a decade later, I returned. We drove past the run-down McDonald’s, through the solitary crossroad (with one dangling ..read more
The Poetry Village by David Coldwell - 1M ago

Piazza Di Santa Marta I share my outside table, my glass of wine, with dust-winged moths drawn toward guttering candles – the bar’s ..read more

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