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A North London Love Song

  i sought shelter here as a poor poet once a wealthy nook where hipster youth are stuck in ghettos beneath a posh veneer we had rowdy parties with live music and red wine drunkenness still visible on our faces several … Continue reading

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A Poem: ‘Rewrite (For Leonora Carrington)’

Rewrite For Leonora Carrington Come over for dinner, sit at my table– it’s a few years late, I know, but come over dead, what little remains of your flesh hanging from yellowing bones. I’ve always found the dead better company … Continue reading

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Poetry at the Room – Tonight’s Readings

Saturday 3 October 2015 Poetry at The Room, 33 Holcombe Road, Tottenham Hale, N17 9AS (at 7.30) will feature a reading by James Byrne, Sarah Law, Kate Bingham and Anouche Sherman – hosted by Irina Jauhiainen. (£5 entry plus donation for refreshment) … Continue reading

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Letting Go and Holding On

I was thinking of attending a meditation class on Monday – with  the theme Letting Go of Holding On. My life has felt very chaotic lately. I moved to London about a year ago, and still haven’t quite got used … Continue reading

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There’s Always Some Sort of Blues Playing in the Streets of Big Cities

Sometimes poetry is the only thing that can set you free. I live and breathe literature. I can’t even remember the exact moment I first decided I wanted to become a writer, but it was around the time I learnt … Continue reading

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