Tag Archives: Jean Whitfield

Poems for April

Poems for April. April may have been overtaken by May and Spring is now sliding into Summer so apologies for being a laggard.  Or maybe I can claim to be presumptious for 2018!   Another small selection for the seasons covering  … Continue reading

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More: Three Poems by Jean Whitfield

I am pleased to reprint three more poems by Jean Whitfield, permission kindly given by Bakery Press.  Several other poems by Jean have been published on ‘poetryparc’, to read them just use the ‘tag’ on her name or ‘Three Poems‘ … Continue reading

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Deshabille, Mornings, Snow: Jean Whitfield

Three Poems by Jean Whitfield   Deshabille                                 Extraordinary to think I hardly knew how to start to take them off with him relaxed and watching. Would he understand the clumsy shadows or see something new inspiring, over-inspiring from my … Continue reading

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Three Poems by Jean Whitfield

From    Moments,   Selected poems of Jean Whitfield Permission to reprint poems kindly given by Bakery Press. It is so tempting to lift every poem in sequence from this ‘collected works’ as they all deserve a wider audience.   Sadly, I am … Continue reading

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Moments; collected poems of Jean Whitfield

Moments Collected poems of  Jean Whitfield Published Bakery Press      1985    paperback Note on back cover, as handwritten by Jean Whitfield: “There are many things to say; many things and people to record.  The question is where to begin?  Is … Continue reading

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A trio of Thistles: three poems by three poets

Thistles                                                                       by John Clare        1793- 1864 Where the broad sheep walk bare and brown With scant grass pining … Continue reading

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