All just by Herd, David

By Herd, David

The poems during this assortment are made out of the fractured words and competing idioms of latest circulate and the interpretation among private and non-private spacesconversations that begin and are damaged off; public bulletins intervening in inner most events; an emergency that's approximately to spread within the historical past. Taking bearings from Dover and London and wrestling with subject matters of elegy and protest, official Read more...

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Taking bearings from Dover and London, from elegy and protest, from authentic buildings that make certain the place humans can pass, and the futures that move them, this publication explores the social areas in Read more...

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With all the beautiful things you We walk down by the river In the cold through the Africa rooms of the British Museum As Leo Frobenius saw it you Tell a story of the half-brother who rose up – I have never seen you angry I have never seen you drunk. ’ Song of the ultimatum As the woman on the phone ‘stability exactly adjusted’ cigarette in one hand suede boots, holds out, for a moment – some kind of purple tunic arrangement – ‘still, deep rooted’ an ultimatum exists. Somehow it seems Quietly through the streets, we carry ourselves circumspect, complicated by anxiety, scenting fear inherited with the debt, honest-to-goodness geopolitical adventuring, blow back against the trade winds settling its covenant here.

Fuga – unchosen. Stands. Stand. Document The population was largely composed of Guarani Indians, and the section of the great family in these latitudes had from the earliest days been noted for its easy-going qualities. The old man began to sing in the cracked voice of old age. Hello I am Paz Marcuzzi. Acknowledgements Some of these poems, sometimes in different versions, appeared in the following journals: Mascara, Otoliths and PN Review. My thanks to the editors: Michelle Cahill, Mark Young and Michael Schmidt.

Hello I am Paz Marcuzzi. Acknowledgements Some of these poems, sometimes in different versions, appeared in the following journals: Mascara, Otoliths and PN Review. My thanks to the editors: Michelle Cahill, Mark Young and Michael Schmidt. The poems ‘Outwith’, ‘They offered me a television. I offered them a phone’ and ‘Some might call it shopping’, were written as one half of a collaborative exchange with Sarah Vap and published in Like Starlings. Thanks to Sarah, and to David Hawkins for the commission.

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