Irene C S ClarkHogg


Irene C S ClarkHogg Poems

1. The Crone Of Crow Creek 10/12/2006
2. Casper 11/5/2007
3. Soggy Bits 11/23/2007
4. Intrinsic Gold 2/6/2008
5. Just Seven Notes 2/9/2008
6. Emergency 2/9/2008
7. Mystic Lady 2/9/2008
8. In Praise Of Sir Loin 3/30/2008
9. Women At War 5/23/2008
10. Toh-Gwan-Tae 5/23/2008
11. Visiting 5/27/2008
12. The Blue Knight 5/28/2008
13. Painted Sunset 6/9/2008
14. Innocence And Peace 6/16/2008
15. Musing 6/16/2008
16. Twilight Encounter 6/30/2008
17. Train To Nowhere 6/30/2008
18. Sausage Machines 3/28/2009
19. God Is A Man 3/28/2009
20. Facial Adornment 5/9/2009
21. Small Bombs 7/24/2009
22. Twisted Mirror 8/7/2009
23. Twisted Tower 8/7/2009
24. * Germaine Greer & The Feminists 10/19/2009
25. Sentinel 8/10/2006
26. Cyborg 8/15/2006
27. ++ Crossroads 12/8/2009
28. The Portal 7/12/2007
29. Imminence 7/12/2007
30. Shadowland 5/4/2008
31. Quest For God 3/30/2008
32. Journeys 9/26/2006
33. Evil 2/9/2008
34. What Is Time? 7/9/2007
35. Obliterated 7/9/2007
36. ** Warning - Haiku 10/8/2009
37. God Didn'T Visit Here 5/9/2009
38. Welcoming Spring 5/9/2009
39. God Is A Woman 3/28/2009
40. Numbers Are Slippery 1/1/2009

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* Geordie Folk

I was born on the banks of the old river Tyne,
Where it wends its way east to the sea.
Past the pit heaps and coal tugs; the clang of the shipyards
Created fond memories for me.


The happy child stayed by the Tyne and went fishing,
With a milk bottle, bread and some string.
If the minnows were not biting, I would wander the woodland,
And ate what the Autumn might bring.


The climate was harsh and the death toll was high.
Tb, coal dust and childhood disease;
But the folk clung together, helping each other,
Each one trying the burden to ...

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Dancing With The Clouds

And so, within the mind of man,
The cauldron spits.
Then births the sprite
Capable of freedom
From confining earth.

Scattered papers on the floor
A ball of string
To take the strain

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