Muse, come to this blankness and take my unrequited offer to hold and stroke your shape to form. Rest here where fingertips may take their pleasured time with you. Today we have all day until 6pm when I’m due out. Muse, come in and be a while. My page is yours. — The poem aboveContinue reading “Making letters”
The man with the notebook draws attention. The woman alongside hum drops her Evening Standard to glance. Left-handed he is writing with a ballpoint in a Moleskine, A5-sized. Two page turners across from each other. — The poems this week centre around London and the ordinary, daily observations living in this metropolis offers. Our firstContinue reading “Tube sketch (one of a few)”
From this time last year.
On scribbling a postcard to… next to the postbox in the wall of the sorting depot The last collection’s at 5.30pm though emptying happens throughout the day for your convenience. — Another possible addition to “Emily’s Poems for Modern Boys,” my forthcoming bundle of poems. This project follows the recent publication of my first volume,Continue reading “Pavement Writer”
V5 Hi-Techpoint nibs for superior poetry ink for better flowing prose Pilot presents your ideas only rounded in script and immediately on the page gilding the lines of a notebook well-loved you bought it yesterday at Ryman’s, £10,99 (Moleskine. Red-bound. Eye-catching spine.) Nib and manuscript together oiled by finest technology. — I am not aloneContinue reading “10 Ink Pens and 2 Notebooks (in lieu of a Moleskine)”