Malcolm Evison

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Malcolm Evison Poems

1. Poem To Secular Jesus 9/17/2005
2. An Apologetic Denial 9/17/2005
3. Consultation 9/22/2005
4. Mission Betrayed [redemore 22 August 1485] 11/6/2005
5. Not Waiting But Sounding 1/23/2006
6. Mist In Fell Country 3/8/2006
7. On The Road To The Isles 3/8/2006
8. Tao 4/5/2006
9. The Old Man 4/6/2006
10. Listening To Mahler [ A Response In Six Movements] 4/6/2006
11. Impromptu For Jack 4/6/2006
12. Going Home [for Anne] 4/6/2006
13. Rebecca Jayne 4/13/2006
14. The Fear Of Fall 4/13/2006
15. Travelling 4/13/2006
16. Adam 9/16/2005
17. Eve 9/16/2005
18. Gethsemane 9/16/2005
19. Seminarian 9/17/2005
20. Aubade 11/17/2006
21. Her Book 11/17/2006
22. A Way Of Seeing 11/27/2006
23. Flocks And Congregations 9/13/2007
24. Feel The Fear Tighten 10/21/2007
25. Windblown 1/28/2008
26. Raindrops Keep Falling Overhead 8/24/2006
27. Song For D 9/7/2006
28. A Piscine Ploy 9/11/2006
29. Embrace 11/17/2006
30. A Question Of Balance 11/27/2006
31. Transformed (For Helen) 12/19/2006
32. Mimi 1/31/2007
33. A Noble Silence 3/10/2007
34. Midwinter Trees 3/10/2007
35. That Day (For Helen) 6/24/2007
36. Rude Awakening 8/4/2007
37. Reflected Glory 8/19/2007
38. A Smile From Memory 10/21/2007
39. Nocturne - Coniston Water 10/21/2007
40. A Glass So Deeply Stained 10/4/2016

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Best Poem of Malcolm Evison

Close Encounter

That day you found
time’s precipice
and never faltered –

to plunge beyond
or else traverse
the tremulous ridge path –

each spelt out welcome
each a warm retreat.

The beckoning remembrance
of worlds created
by the mind and sense –

the wraiths in combat, those
still present
and others already
moved on.

That day you breathed
time’s fall, and fell back
wreathed in living hours.

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Poem To Secular Jesus

Absurd redemption of humanity -
how can I write
or mouth a ritual creed
which brings to life
your crass stupidity.

This problemed world provides
no sanctuary. The Word
screams out for light; a sacrifice

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