Category Archives: tom raworth


There’s an error in the previous post. Where I say ‘adoring’ I meant to say ‘adorning’. I could have just corrected it but why waste a layer of meaning, albeit unintentional? As long as the ports have names for the … Continue reading

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Memento mori

Steve Bell gets it right, as usual. I wanted to post this next to Tom Raworth’s wonderful take on the Hirst skull, but I can’t find it anywhere. Perhaps someone can help. (Tom?) It’s going to be the season of … Continue reading

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Time for a little verse, I think. This is the first part of a group of poems inspired specifically by the myth of the golden fleece and, obliquely, by Pasolini’s Medea (or maybe that should be the other way round). … Continue reading

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Time and money

I have Tom Raworth to thank for leading me to this as well, by Ed Dorn: Beau Coup For the capitalist, time is money(he bets by the hour, lately by the minute)For the artist money is time For more by … Continue reading

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