Words From the Wall
Shadowed by mortality, lit by lyrical grace, Words from the Wall includes poems about the killing fields of Agincourt, Flanders, Vietnam and a memorial poem to the victims of the 2015 Bataclan attack where the dead are `stations of flame', and it begins and ends at the boundaries of the Roman territory, at the edge of life: `The girls I laughed with once/in the baths' atrium/are withered and wattle-necked./I love them still...'
|Publication date||11 April 2019|
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