Richard George

Rookie (June 1,1965 / Cheltenham, U.K.)

Richard George Poems

41. Diuturnity's Bite 4/20/2005
42. 7/7: Before And After 8/5/2005
43. A Country Of The Mind 5/7/2005
44. Last Moments 5/19/2005
45. The Old Northern Line 5/20/2005
46. In The Churchyard Of St. Peter 5/7/2005
47. Chiroptera 4/3/2005
48. After The Fall 5/25/2005
49. Nelson Ngombe, Fail 5/28/2005
50. The First Place I Remember 6/3/2005
51. An Old English Master 6/7/2005
52. The Visitors 6/7/2005
53. Lost Child 5/28/2005
54. Those Dreams I Was Telling You About 5/25/2005
55. Ultima Thule 7/5/2005
56. Gynaecomorphic Oxford 7/5/2005
57. Oxford Thumbnails 7/6/2005
58. Ratty And Mole On London Underground 4/1/2005
59. The Intervening 4/18/2005
60. Counter-Evolution 7/16/2005
61. Summer Doves 7/16/2005
62. Callimachus's Contrast 4/5/2005
63. Iris Murdoch And The Inanimate 5/27/2005
64. The Nightingale 5/2/2005
65. The Roman Museum Characters 6/9/2005
66. Emmeline At Westminster 6/8/2005
67. The Rusalky 4/5/2005
68. The Heads Of The Valleys Road 7/11/2005
69. Time And The Drinking Man 8/1/2005
70. Drinking At The Mitre 8/1/2005
71. Two Women: A Photographic Study 8/2/2005
72. My Room Above At College 8/2/2005
73. Foolsday Sunset 7/11/2005
74. The Mating Season 5/18/2005
75. Heron 5/24/2005
76. One Up On The Joneses 5/24/2005
77. Playing Wars 4/22/2005
78. Giving Away My Books 4/15/2005
79. Howard Linton 5/19/2005
80. Capability Janes 10/5/2005

Comments about Richard George

  • dr.joachim.ruf@web.de (6/29/2018 12:15:00 PM)

    Please would you tell me in which book is your poem “ The mermaid of... “ is published. Thank you.

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  • Joachim Ruf (6/29/2018 10:54:00 AM)

    I want to know more about the author Richard George. Thanks

  • Pradeep Dhavakumar (5/1/2005 1:27:00 AM)

    Your poems are very good.I enjoyed most of them.Thanks for sharing.And Keep writing.

  • ***** ***** (4/19/2005 4:35:00 PM)

    You are delivering some very nice work at the moment Richard, well done and keep posting, Sxx

  • ***** ***** (4/15/2005 5:39:00 PM)

    Your poetry is really touching, but so sad, so final.. I hope everything is okay with you, Sx

Best Poem of Richard George

Eclipse: A Haiku Sequence

Imperceptible
at first, sunlight changing; then
dusky, or faded,

filter on the lens
encroaching, sky blue into
grey, then grey-lilac,

colours blur, textures,
shadows cast paler, out of
focus, sudden cold

strikes us uneasy,
half moon sun on leaves jangles
crescent reflections,

dragonflies hawk the
gloom, birds on their way homewards,
green murk of low cloud

BLINKS OUT: OUR DARK STAR,
OBSIDIAN RADIANCE,
CUT CARBON DIAMOND

and back, like a switch,
heavens as dawn six o'clock,
luminous, bleary -

to...

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The Meditatrice

Fawn hair part-curtained
her English girl's guileless face
as down she drifted
on parachutes of Sanskrit
and when she came back she said

'Dancing with angels'.

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