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Harriet Moore
Harriet Moore is a poet and literary agent from South London. Her work has been published in Clinic and Ambit amongst others.

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I settle up with Mother Sugar My rent for the winter is one confession, the deposit for the suit is a letter to the man who requested I wear it The bell is free (my own burden)   1 To open it, is to experience an event of whiteness, what Bachelard wrote about the almond of a wardrobe’s insides My heart is an almond, lost all its colour Don’t come upon it suddenly, it is very jeune fille, very little fellow, not for the opening   2 Dear […] I didn’t know I was a dog you didn’t want The dog’s religion: You whistled and I came
Extract from 'The Marriage Bureau'

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November 2017

Harriet Moore

Gentle

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November 2016

Harriet Moore

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November 2016

Forgive me Sister for I have sinned it’s been seconds since my last confession. I sit in the dark accounting compassion. Shamefully small change,...

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January 2016

Sex-Desert

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January 2016

I’m screaming lying alone in this settlement     everything empty only emptiness sex – is a desert  ...

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October 2014

Blood Out of a Zombie

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October 2014

The German filmmaker Ulrike Ottinger has on three different occasions put the camera aside and directed for the theatre, each...

 

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