C Richard Miles


C Richard Miles Poems

281. Salts Mill 7/30/2009
282. Birch View Sonnet 7/30/2009
283. Chucking Out Memories 7/30/2009
284. The Miss That Missed A Look Behind A Book 8/13/2009
285. Summer Moments 8/13/2009
286. Pink Hydrangeas 8/13/2009
287. Two August Stormclouds 9/12/2009
288. Regeneration 9/12/2009
289. Flood Pushed Mud Rush 9/12/2009
290. A Slow Autumn Afternoon 10/17/2009
291. Hebden Heron 7/30/2009
292. Early-Morning Seagulls On Clapton Common 10/17/2009
293. River Ribbon 10/17/2009
294. The Lost Moa 10/17/2009
295. Thought-Moth Of The Imagination 2 10/17/2009
296. Thought-Moths Of The Imagination 1 10/17/2009
297. Autumn Sales 10/17/2009
298. Highbury Flowers 10/17/2009
299. Autumn Ammo 10/17/2009
300. Let There Be Peace 11/7/2009
301. Traffic Light Fight 11/7/2009
302. Remembrance Day Sonnet 11/7/2009
303. Oil Spill Haiku 11/7/2009
304. Worm 11/7/2009
305. I Queue Haiku 11/7/2009
306. Time Flies Asymmetrically 11/7/2009
307. Like A Secondhand Brown Sofa 11/7/2009
308. Our Song 11/7/2009
309. Mid-October 11/7/2009
310. God’s Marble Collection 10/17/2009
311. Night-Thief 11/7/2009
312. Confessions Of A Hoarder 11/13/2009
313. Black Dyke Mill Chimneys 11/13/2009
314. The Land’s Lied 11/14/2009
315. Mayday Mourning 11/14/2009
316. The Return Of Hope 11/14/2009
317. Hairy Canary 11/14/2009
318. Why Does A Red Cow...? 12/1/2009
319. Snowstorm Haiku 12/1/2009
320. Winter Beeches 12/18/2009

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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