C Richard Miles


C Richard Miles Poems

1. Aftermath Of An Election 11/12/2008
2. Russet Rustlings 11/12/2008
3. Deep Water Epithalamium 11/12/2008
4. The Kingfisher 11/12/2008
5. The Tragedy Of Mossdale Caves 11/12/2008
6. Nostalgia For The North 11/12/2008
7. A Very English Earthquake 11/12/2008
8. We Are Just Dust 11/12/2008
9. Berlin Rebuilt 11/12/2008
10. I Wish I Were A Troglodyte 11/12/2008
11. I Cannot Find My Glasticles 11/12/2008
12. And Another Light Flicked Off 11/12/2008
13. Badger Watching 11/12/2008
14. Parallel Petrol Pictures 11/13/2008
15. ((The Mystery Of Poetry - Also An Introduction To My Poems)) 11/13/2008
16. Ribblehead Viaduct 11/13/2008
17. I Am Your City 11/13/2008
18. Transport Thieves 11/13/2008
19. The Human Body - After Reading Wikipedia 11/14/2008
20. The Kitchen Gremlin 11/14/2008
21. Bolton Abbey On A Summer’s Afternoon 11/14/2008
22. Conditional Sestina 11/14/2008
23. I Stand On The Outside 11/14/2008
24. My Mug Has Gone To Mugland 11/14/2008
25. On Different Wavelengths 11/14/2008
26. Windhover 11/14/2008
27. Wake, Watchful Death (A Meditation For The End Of Life) 11/14/2008
28. Holland Heron 11/18/2008
29. I’m Dreaming Of A White Easter 11/18/2008
30. Guy Fawkes Has Much To Answer For 11/18/2008
31. The Prison Of Poetry 11/18/2008
32. Knifed In The Park 11/18/2008
33. East End Wall 11/18/2008
34. Holidays, Brolly Days 11/18/2008
35. This Poem Is A Conversation 11/18/2008
36. Tucked Away 11/18/2008
37. Harry’s Come Marching Home Again (Written In March 2008) 11/18/2008
38. Let’s Be Green 11/18/2008
39. I Remember When… 11/18/2008
40. Bus Weevil 11/18/2008
Best Poem of C Richard Miles

Zoo Fruit Feeding Time

At the zoo's fruit feeding time:
An ape ate a grape, .
A porcupine ate a lime,
A skate ate a date,

A ferret ate a cherry,
A baboon ate a prune,
A bear ate a pear,
An opossum ate a plum,

A wolverine ate a tangerine.
An armadillo ate a tamarillo,
A bunny rabbit ate a pomegranate,
A gorilla ate vanilla,

A pig ate a fig,
A newt ate a grapefruit,
A lynx ate quince,
A wombat ate a kumquat,

A macaw ate a pawpaw,
An eland ate a lemon,
A llama ate a guava,
An elephant ate a melon,

A tamarin ate a mandarin,...

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Deep Water Epithalamium

Idling, in the un-plumbed depths,
The gargantuan leviathan slumbers,
Every silver-finned dweller of the deep
Thrills, in uncountable numbers,
In restless, breathless anticipation
For the proximate, long-told approaching
That is the festive, nuptial union
Of the King and Queen of the Ocean.

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