Francis Curran

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Francis Curran
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An Irish-Scottish male, cursed with an English accent,
living on the fringe in the heart of London.
Rootless -classless- clueless but plugged in-cranked up to amplify in part a notion of his being in a noise polluted world.
Sanity is the art of disguising ones own madness.
Francis Paul Curran -NOV 2005
Published Books:
How To Win The Next War Before It Begins.
First volume of poetry
Published 2006 by Longman Press
Little Essex Street London WC2
ISBN: 1572443625
Printed by Delta- Claybanks Press
St Stepthen's Green- Dublin 2 Ireland

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(b) Dylan

Sometimes the benevolence of the sun sets you free
Outside the house to roam within my comfort zone.
Your mother doesn't know yet (you know what she's like)
And I not far behind in her bothering.

A glimpse through the mesh of the smudged net curtains
Spots your sprouting bones off wobbling on the bike
That you love so much; and how I duck as you look up
To catch the chance to unfold your boundary.

I grimace for the near squeezing of dark and improbable
Thoughts, the mad tearing around for your whereabouts.
Not far off, there is to come the ...

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