Bill Mitton

Rookie - 0 Points (26-03-45 / Salford, England)

Bill Mitton Poems

41. The Man Of Kerioth (From The Easter Suite) 9/13/2008
42. A Song For The Journey 2/4/2010
43. Agnus Dei 2/4/2010
44. Trust Not The Wind 1/10/2006
45. What Brought Us Too This Day 1/21/2006
46. Reportage 1/13/2006
47. Jimmy Hogarth's Motorbike 1/16/2006
48. 'Gold! ' 1/16/2006
49. The Watering Can Incident 1/6/2006
50. The Black Mountain (Brecon, An Old Adversary) 1/6/2006
51. To Old To Be A Rebel 1/6/2006
52. From The Study Window 1/5/2006
53. The Blessed Virgin Of The Late Night Store 1/4/2006
54. We Are The Champions! 1/21/2006
55. Roses In A Lions Den 1/3/2006
56. A Fool In All His Glory 1/3/2006
57. The Scent Of God 1/4/2006
58. The Eternal Circle 1/2/2006
59. The Memory Of A Smile 12/27/2005
60. Dancing Lightly On The Wind (In Memory Of George Best) 12/29/2005
61. Bamboo Ducks 1/21/2006
62. The Waves Upon The Bass Rock 1/2/2006
63. Young Sons 11/10/2011
64. The Jouney Of The Magi 12/26/2005
65. And Then You Know 1/4/2006
66. God's Dog 1/6/2006
67. A Question 1/21/2006
68. Albert Potter Is Not Dead! 1/13/2006
69. The Gorilla And David Attenbrough 1/13/2006
70. A Friendship Trilogy 1/4/2006
71. The God Of Albert Road 1/9/2006
72. Defying Gravity (Amongst Other Things) 1/10/2006
73. To Make Stone Sing 1/13/2006
74. Days Like These 1/6/2006
75. Sonar 1/4/2006
76. The Song Of The Atheist 1/3/2006
77. An Audience Granted 12/29/2005
78. A Chance Meeting 1/6/2006
79. The God Of Hedgehogs 12/29/2005
80. The Chosen 1/5/2006

Comments about Bill Mitton

  • Judy Thompson (2/24/2018 6:52:00 PM)

    It's been many years, with many spaces in between, and from what I can see Bill has just gotten better and better at this poem stuff. My love to him, and Rosyanne and his son. Long may he wave.

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  • Max Reif (1/6/2006 7:10:00 PM)

    'A Chance Meeting' is as refeshing a poem as I've ever read, and in a very few lines. The poem about the Pettus Bridge in the Selma march gave me a kind of warm chill that reading a poem has never done to me before. I didn't have time to read all of Bill's poems, but I find a warm and observant eye and heart here, that have moved me greatly.

Best Poem of Bill Mitton

Voices On The Edge Of The World (In Honour Of My Fellow Poets)

It is how we are and who we are
that we live out here on the edge
the ragged rim of the world
It’s the nature of our vice
This dark self imposed isolation

Yet the paradox in it shines bright
As the isolation bears heavy
upon our pale and brittle skin
for unless we share our souls
there is but dust in what we do

Each staking a separate claim
along the river of the golden muse
and each naked in hand and heart
bares the working of a soul
tasting the ice in the edges isolation

yet from each site along the rim
the voices of comfort ...

Read the full of Voices On The Edge Of The World (In Honour Of My Fellow Poets)

To Slay The Dragon

Throw off the soft cheeks of childhood
But not the joy nor laughter.
Let not the dragon's roar
stop your eyes and ears.
All that was fresh and wonderful, still is.
Keep them near, against the cold times

Hold to your dreams, no matter
who or what, do storm against them.

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