Douglas Scotney

Gold Star - 35,839 Points (boomer / Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Resides in Adelaide)

Douglas Scotney Poems

1. After 'A Narrow Girdle Of Rough Stones And Crags' 12/15/2011
2. Inspired By 'I Was Dead' 2/8/2012
3. Sms On 'Coriolanus' 3/20/2012
4. Carl Nielsen's Sun Piece 3/29/2012
5. Cinnamon + = Plus 4/5/2012
6. Peach Extender 4/13/2012
7. ..........................................................Alternatives........ 4/25/2012
8. .............Working Title 4/26/2012
9. Pre-Ulyssean Dilemma 4/28/2012
10. Big Other 5/3/2012
11. E.P.A. 5/9/2012
12. Hemispheres 5/11/2012
13. B.J. 5/31/2012
14. Big Other. Alternate Version 6/8/2012
15. B.J.2 Is True 6/9/2012
16. Theory Of Naas 6/10/2012
17. Friends, 4/16/2012
18. Never-Know-It-All And Know-It-All 6/19/2012
19. Awhatthef..Kia 6/24/2012
20. To A Fly Of The Land (Revised) 6/23/2012
21. Tough Goin' 6/28/2012
22. Disgust 6/12/2012
23. Modality 7/4/2012
24. Heil Heissscheisser! 7/16/2012
25. Thought Order V The Senses 7/18/2012
26. Two Rows In One Shelf 7/18/2012
27. Mrs Robinson Ii 7/9/2012
28. Mrs Robinson Iii-Eternality 7/13/2012
29. The Duality Of It All 7/23/2012
30. On Our Selection 7/26/2012
31. ........................................................Groucho 7/27/2012
32. B: I: The Meaning Of 'Wild' 8/8/2012
33. B: Ii: The Dreamer 8/11/2012
34. Olympics 2012 8/7/2012
35. B: Iii: Old Lady Of The Camellias 8/17/2012
36. B: Vi: Luxe, Calme Et Volupte 8/24/2012
37. B: Vii: The Glove 8/28/2012
38. B: Viii: Memorials 8/30/2012
39. Satire Ii: En Excedent 'Ca Va' (Un Bout De Semiologie) 'Fare Fair' Excess (A Semiological Dig) 9/3/2012
40. B: X: Hope Concern 9/4/2012

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It should be of comfort being aware that,
given 'around',
'around' is around ...

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Lamington

Cold winds on the way
to the church of Lamington,
the cold few and cold air within,
the cold words the preacher had to say
and the coldness in how he said them
exacerbated, worsted, wausted
the sensitivity of a Scotsman paying a visit:
Ye'se a' be het ere I come back,
said he, i.e. I'll be back not

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