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The Far Shore

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Issue No. 3

Michael Hampton

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Issue No. 3

Windblown: gone with the summer wind. Windblown: gone with the autumn wind. Windblown: gone with the winter wind. Windblown: gone with the vernal wind....

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Issue No. 3

Cousin Alice

Medbh McGuckian

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Issue No. 3

Your mountain is robed in sombre rifle green And one of its greener fields is suddenly Black with rooks....

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Issue No. 3

On an NY Balcony

Adrian Dannatt

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Issue No. 3

Too much of my life so far has depended upon dressing-gowns, Some sort of ‘string-theory’ tied by myself wax-thumbed...

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Issue No. 3

Two Poems

Rebecca Wolff

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Issue No. 3

I approach a purchase adore my children— back away— that they revere ugliness the rainbow bag that holds a...

poetry

September 2011

Nigel

Patrick Langley

poetry

September 2011

Jamie sat alone at the edge of the dance floor and wondered how long it would be until Nigel...

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September 2011

The Moon over Timna

Rikudah Potash

TR. Michael Casper

poetry

September 2011

In a copper house Lived the new moon, The new moon Of Timna. In a copper coat With a...

First Blimp

poetry

September 2011

Joshua Trotter

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September 2011

Removing colour from my thoughts, I formed a winter ball. I threw it. The dead were uncounted. There was a distinct lack of emotion....

poetry

September 2011

The Cinematographer, a 42-year-old man named Miyagawa, aimed his camera directly at the sun, which at first probably seemed like a bad idea

Michael Earl Craig

poetry

September 2011

Last night Kurosawa’s woodcutter strode through the forest, his axe on his shoulder. Intense sunlight stabbed and sparkled and...

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September 2011

Sleepwalking through the Mekong

Michael Earl Craig

poetry

September 2011

I have my hands out in front of me. I’m lightly patting down everything I come across. I somehow...

Comfort Station

poetry

July 2011

Medbh McGuckian

poetry

July 2011

A witness has said that you raped women And brought them to the barracks to be used by the Japs.   I organised a...

 

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