Browse by tag

Posts tagged ‘Poems’

Poem: London Trio #1

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 13 July 2017. No comments.

These London Trio poems are:

London #1 Marylebone
London #2 The Thames
London #3 Pimlico

This is:
London #1 Marylebone

More »

Poem: London Trio #3

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 13 July 2017. No comments.

These London Trio poems are:
London #1 Marylebone
London #2 The Thames
London #3 Pimlico, Soho and Hampstead

This is:
London #3 Pimlico, Soho and Hampstead

More »

Poem: London Trio #2

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 13 July 2017. No comments.

These London Trio poems are:

London #1 Marylebone
London #2 The Thames
London #3 Pimlico

This is:
London #2 The Thames

More »

Poem: A Norfolk Spring Trio #1

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 March 2017. No comments.

These Norfolk Spring Trio poems are:

#1 Blackthorn Winter
#2 Church and Copse
#3 Norfolk, UK, The Universe

This is: #1 Blackthorn Winter

More »

Poem: A Norfolk Spring Trio #2

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 March 2017. No comments.

These Norfolk Spring Trio poems are:

#1 Blackthorn Winter
#2 Church and Copse
#3 Norfolk, UK, The Universe

This is: #2 Church and Copse

More »

Poem: A Norfolk Spring Trio #3

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 March 2017. No comments.

These Norfolk Spring Trio poems are:

#1 Blackthorn Winter
#2 Church and Copse
#3 Norfolk, UK, The Universe

This is #3 Norfolk, UK, Universe

More »

Poem: Thoughts on a full stop

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 November 2016. No comments.

This isn’t about me, at least not in particular, and it isn’t gloomy, I hope. I fear it offers advice, which – it might be remembered – comes from a man with little courage and no pretensions to wisdom. More »

Poem: Beech Wood near Henley

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 November 2016. No comments.

My wife and I house-, chicken-, and dog-sit near Henley. This part of the Chilterns is far deeper countryside than I had ever expected. More »

Poem: Suicide Boy, 1872

Posted by RDN under RDN's poems on 15 November 2016. No comments.

I came across this news story from a local paper about a suicide-by-trainĀ  and wanted to mark it in some way. I feel oddly scrupulous about opining too much, or seeming to assume any understanding of the events it describes. More »

Three Hobart Poems: Part 1 (audio version)

Posted by RDN under Military Covenant / RDN's poems on 18 May 2016. No comments.

This is the first of the three poems on the British Army WW2 General, Sir Percy Hobart I have written and performed. This poem, Part 1, Hobo: Man and commander – concentrates on the story of the man and his spanning of warfare from ponies to tanks, from the North West Frontier, via WW1, to WW2, and the many switchbacks in his military fortunes, as he battled with Whitehall and – quite often – the British military establishment. More »

Share this

Keep track

See also

RDN books on Amazon