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Trevor Maynard

(11th September 1963 / Rochford, Essex)

Biography of Trevor Maynard

Born the year Kennedy was shot, Trevor celebrated his 38th Birthday the day the Twin Towers were hit. His first collection of poems LOVE, DEATH and THE WAR on TERROR was published 2009 with his new collection KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON published in 2012. He has the edited two anthologies of poetry garnered from new media, social and professional networking, THE POETIC BOND and THE POETIC BOND II, and manages the LinkedIN Group “POETRY, REVIEW and DISCUSS”. Trevor is a Drama graduate from Royal Holloway with ten plays professionally produced and a collection of one act plays FOUR TRUTHS. The above are all available on amazon and elsewhere. He is currently putting together THE POETIC BOND III, and accepting submissions until 30 June 2013. He recently performed at RAW POETRY in London.

Trevor Maynard's Works:

Keep On Keepin' On (Poetry) ISBN 978-1480052499
Four Truths ISBN 978-1466453395 (Collection of plays)
The Poetic Bond II ISBN 978-1480209732(Editor and contributor)
The Poetic Bond ISBN 978-1466498419(Editor and contributor)
From Pillow to Post ISBN 978-0955851414 (Play)

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At John Donne's House

John Donne once lived here
Or so it says on the blue plaque
Erected to commemorate
On the house opposite, the other side
Of the Navigation

We are near Newark Priory, whose history
I do not know, but I would surmise
The monks who once lived here

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