Amos Greig Poems
- Shelter Sheltered field of pleasant green The susurrus of ...
- Social Decay Steel capped icebergs' pierce the sky. In ...
- Solitude Faceless streets close in around, as corridors seem ...
- The Lost Boy's Urban concrete jungle In the twilight ...
- Lord Of The Hill Scaraveen, Changing weather That is the ...
- Ducking The Weave In late summer your family disrupted the ...
- Legend Blood dripped onto the green grass He turned to his ...
I have been working with a local small publishers for nearly 25 years. I designed their logo and helped edit some of the books. In 2001 I won a bursary to the John Hewitt Summer School and also studied poetry at James Simmons Summer School.My work has been used in several anthologies and I am currently working on my first book of poetry. I also publish an online literary e-zine called A New ... more »
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Steel capped icebergs' pierce the sky.
In artificial towers
Rapunzels refused to let down their hair,
Satisfied to watch the tired and hungry
Like ants scrabble for scraps.
Sharp eyed ‘suits' stand at bullet proof windows.
In climate controlled towers,
A hand forms an O shape
Crocodile smilers imagine crushing every bug
Before returning to solitaire and innumerable
Smoke like a jealous lover hoards the city
Smothers the masses in her choking grasp
Industrial furnaces churn out mass produced
Tomorrow's perfect flawed ...