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Dora Wright

Baked to Perfection His hands leave a trace of flour where he touches me, my face, my neck, my shoulders later I shall look at them and remember how skilful he was a master of his craft On the floor … Continue reading

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Poem without a Rhyme A poem without a rhyme is like a clock without a chime a dance without a tune romance without a moon A poem without a rhyme is like a gin without a lime a Mutt without … Continue reading

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Dora Wright

Just Desserts We met by chance in an ice-cream parlour. He said he was addicted to ice-cream and liked to end every meal with it. Turned out he was addicted to a lot of things, like alcohol, other women and … Continue reading

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The Martlet. The Martlet is a tiny bird a bird that has no feet not the most exciting bird that you would chance to meet It sometimes doesn’t have a beak I don’t know how it eats It’s bad enough … Continue reading

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Friendship Although he knows he shouldn’t He brings me a gift most days they are not presents I desire kinda creepy in their way Sometimes they’re still alive hanging on by a thread I find that harder to deal with … Continue reading

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Hip Hip Hooray Av been tae see the doctor wae the pain thats in ma hip he said its wear and tear… ah said its gein me gyp he said tae try some physio tae see if that wid help … Continue reading

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Yer Messin wae ma Karma, by Dora Wright

Yer Messin wae ma Karma Yer messing wae ma Karma yer puting it oot o’ sync ma nerves are a’ in tatters noo a’l huv tae tak some Zinc Yer gettin me all wound up instead o calming doon A … Continue reading

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