C Richard Miles

C Richard Miles Poems

521. April Spring Sonnet 5/1/2011
522. False Teeth - A Children's Poem 2/3/2009
523. A Grand Morning 2/3/2009
524. A Few Short Musings On Poets 1/5/2009
525. Manchester Memories 5/22/2011
526. Coin Collecting 6/6/2011
527. A Palimpsest For Peace 10/17/2009
528. A Month To Christmas 12/1/2009
529. When We Were Young… 12/3/2008
530. Traffic's Thoughts 8/16/2011
531. A Cry For Burma (Written After The Cyclone 2008) 11/14/2008
532. A Dot 11/21/2008
533. Thoughts Of A Goldfish 11/19/2008
534. A Faithful Friend 3/12/2009
535. Caterpillar, Caterpillar - A Children's Poem 2/11/2009
536. Changes 11/12/2008
537. A Sense Of Spring 5/22/2011
538. Sunshot On The Bus Ride To Hebden Bridge 8/16/2011
539. Watching The Cherry Blossom Dance By Sadler's Wells 5/22/2011
540. Zoo Fruit Feeding Time 6/6/2011

Comments about C Richard Miles

  • Jackie Lee (12/5/2015 7:30:00 PM)

    I'd like to use a poem written by C. Richard Miles as a not for profit short film. Who must I contact for the usage rights? I don't see his publisher anywhere.

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  • Laurette Evans (4/18/2011 9:24:00 AM)

    The Choral Society that I belong to would like to use Cotton Mills as the words to a commissioned piece of music. Would you give your permission for us to do this? The Choral Society website is www.burychoralsociety.com or you could contact me at l.evans@bolton.ac.uk

    Laurette Evans

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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The Kingfisher

Coruscating through the ethereal, pastel blue,
A more electric, sapphire-glinting hue,
That picador in rich bejewelled cloak,
Befeathered huntsman of the crystal brook,
Begins his pinioned, death-defying dive
To feast on sporting minnows, lithe and blithe,
As jocundly, amongst the rock and weed
They revel, chase and taste and dance and feed.
The kingfisher, inspiring awe and fear

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