Harold Pinter Poems
|2.||Death May Be Ageing||12/29/2015|
|3.||To My Wife||12/29/2015|
|11.||The Islands of Aran Seen from the Moher Cliffs||12/29/2015|
|13.||The Old Days||12/29/2015|
|17.||It Is Here||12/29/2015|
|18.||God Bless America||12/29/2015|
|20.||I Saw Len Hutton In His Prime...||1/13/2003|
|22.||I know the place||12/29/2015|
Comments about Harold Pinter
Jill. Fred phoned. He can't make tonight.
He said he'd call again, as soon as poss.
I said (on your behalf) OK, no sweat.
He said to tell you he was fine,
Only the crap, he said, you know, it sticks,
The crap you have to fight.
You're sometimes nothing but a walking shithouse.
I was well acquainted with the pong myself,
I told him, and I counselled calm.
Don't let the fuckers get you down,
Take the lid off the kettle a couple of minutes,
Go on the town, burn someone to death,
Find another tart, giver her some hammer,
Live while you're young, until it ...
'Cancer cells are those which have forgotten how to die' - nurse, Royal Marsden hospital
They have forgotten how to die
And so extend their killing life.
I and my tumour dearly fight.
Let's hope a double death is out.
I need to see my tumour dead
A tumour which forgets to die
But plans to murder me instead.