Douglas Scotney Poems
|1882.||B: Xxxxxxvi: Naughtiness On The Side||8/11/2013|
|1883.||B: Xxxxxxxii: The Sphinx||9/14/2013|
|1884.||B: Xxxxv: Measured Response||2/28/2013|
|1885.||Birth Of Day||11/20/2012|
|1886.||B: Xxxxxxxi: 'Cruel And Curious Dwarfs'||9/13/2013|
|1887.||- - - - - - - - - - - R-O-O-M - - T-O - - B-R-E-A-T-H-E - -||7/8/2013|
|1888.||2014 Poet Wishes||12/22/2013|
Comments about Douglas Scotney
2014 Poet Wishes
I would share the wish
that what happens
happens out of care
that bad and good make room
as their heir.
After 'To Joanna'
In his company Joanna laughed:
Clear she thought that he was daft
When he heard the mountains laughing
In his ravishment of mind.
Now the vicar who'd upbraided him
For carving in the rock
Upon whose meditation
The ravishment occurred,