Gillian.E. Shaw


Gillian.E. Shaw Poems

1. From The Other Side Of Sorrow. 6/28/2005
2. X - The Ambitious Knave. 8/19/2005
3. Recall To Parliament '93 1/5/2006
4. Habit Handicap. 11/21/2006
5. French Bus Ride Home - 1/4/2008
6. Princess Of Cannes 5/21/2008
7. Utopia (An Exsanguination) 8/18/2008
8. J-The Two Kings Of 'Angleterre' (A Jacobite Poem) 4/16/2009
9. The King Of Pop And The Little Tramp. 1/5/2010
10. They Pulled The Plough In Godmanchester England. 3/4/2005
11. N - A Lick And A Promise.(1960's Britain) 11/24/2006
12. Rochester Place Nw1 (Or 'The London Costumier') 12/6/2006
13. Home Rule. 2/13/2007
14. A Friendship Or Bona Fide 8/3/2011
15. The Woman Of Offord 8/4/2011
16. Da Vinci's Angel (On The Staircase At St.F.) 11/25/2011
17. Uncloaked (A Poem About Autism) 3/4/2008
18. X - The Old Queens' Jewels. 3/21/2006
19. X - Not Queen Yet. 4/17/2006
20. J - Exile. (A Jacobite Poem) 8/17/2006
21. D - The Death Knell. 10 Years. 9/6/2005
22. N - In Service. 3/8/2005
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. Heath 1/23/2008
27. D - Faith And The Huntress. 9/28/2005
28. N - Nanna's Angel. 6/1/2006
29. Time Honoured Feud. (Britain 1980's) 9/13/2006
30. X - The Wives Of Charles Iii? 7/5/2005
31. J - Ballantrae (A Jacobite Poem) 7/19/2005
32. A Wilderness 10/13/2007
33. In Search Of Oscar. 4/12/2007
34. The Gravedigger 3/2/2005
35. Side By Side In Auvers. 6/8/2005
36. J - The Fugitive.(A Jacobite Poem) 6/2/2006
37. D - Divorce Royale. 8/3/2005
38. X - Vis-À-Vis (Face To Face) 6/20/2005
39. Soldier With 'spangles'. (Early 70's) 9/9/2006
40. Issue Of The British Underclass. (Britain 1980's) 10/24/2005

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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.

They were always very pretty
made by her own fair hand,
with many different colors
and I'd gaze up as she'd stand.

Always standing doing something
like rolling pastry out
or frying Grandad's breakfast
cooking cakes when he was out.

She found it so important
to cover up for work...
sometimes jobs were ...

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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.

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