Gillian.E. Shaw


Gillian.E. Shaw Poems

1. N - In Service. 3/8/2005
2. D - Murder In The Cathedral 4/29/2005
3. We Do Not Feel Her. 3/1/2005
4. N - The Apron 3/2/2005
5. From The Other Side Of Sorrow. 6/28/2005
6. X - The Ambitious Knave. 8/19/2005
7. D - The Death Knell. 10 Years. 9/6/2005
8. The River Erdre. 10/15/2005
9. Issue Of The British Underclass. (Britain 1980's) 10/24/2005
10. Unpardonable. (A Poem Of Britain) Or In The Beginning Was The Word..... 11/16/2005
11. Recall To Parliament '93 1/5/2006
12. X - Not Queen Yet. 4/17/2006
13. J - The Fugitive.(A Jacobite Poem) 6/2/2006
14. A Demon Abducted His Reason! 6/21/2006
15. J - Exile. (A Jacobite Poem) 8/17/2006
16. Soldier With 'spangles'. (Early 70's) 9/9/2006
17. Habit Handicap. 11/21/2006
18. In Search Of Oscar. 4/12/2007
19. French Bus Ride Home - 1/4/2008
20. Heath 1/23/2008
21. Princess Of Cannes 5/21/2008
22. Utopia (An Exsanguination) 8/18/2008
23. Day Trip (An Exsanguination) 8/19/2008
24. 47. 9/19/2008
25. J - Le Chevalier D'Écosse (A Jacobite Poem) 11/17/2008
26. J-The Two Kings Of 'Angleterre' (A Jacobite Poem) 4/16/2009
27. The King Of Pop And The Little Tramp. 1/5/2010
28. The Gravedigger 3/2/2005
29. They Pulled The Plough In Godmanchester England. 3/4/2005
30. N - Survivors Of The Great War. 3/11/2005
31. Side By Side In Auvers. 6/8/2005
32. Dad's Childhood. 8/19/2005
33. D - Faith And The Huntress. 9/28/2005
34. N - Nanna's Angel. 6/1/2006
35. Time Honoured Feud. (Britain 1980's) 9/13/2006
36. N - A Lick And A Promise.(1960's Britain) 11/24/2006
37. Rochester Place Nw1 (Or 'The London Costumier') 12/6/2006
38. Home Rule. 2/13/2007
39. A Wilderness 10/13/2007
40. A Child. 10/19/2007

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Sisterhood

Once there was an observant girl
who passed the eleven plus;
so after all the excitement
and a great amount of fuss;
entered the establishment
of Huntingdon Grammar School
to apply herself forthwith
when following all the rules.

Settling down to lessons
then pouring over books;
glancing out of the window
for just the split second it took;
not paying full attention
when something caught her eye
a shimmering, shining sports car
shot by!

It shot right by the window
in haste and turning to Jean;
big eyes full round in ...

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N - The Apron

My Nanna wore an apron
for all her mornings tasks;
such a pretty shade and floral
and I have kept the last.

She washed and pressed it regularly
and placed it in a drawer
with several other aprons,
she didn't want for more.

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