Roger Hudson

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Roger Hudson grew up in the village of Bramley in Surrey, England and was educated at Royal Grammar School Guildford and University College London.

He lived in London and Dublin working in many areas of research, writing, editing and filmmaking. He came late to serious poetry when he moved to Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland in 2004 and started wor ...
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In A World Of Grown-Ups
So what is it this adulthood?
You see them on the telly
Being interviewed
These adults
Plaything Of The Great God Kafka
Oh, no! Not again!
Everything going fine
Then great god Kafka wakes up
In his heaven
Learning From Boccaccio
"This passage contains magical terms
that proved untranslatable, "
read the editorial note.
Working his way through the thick translation
Old House
"There's woodworm, "
the surveyor's report screamed at us
"There's a big crack by the front door"
"It needs re-wiring"
Prejudice Begins At Home
Mum has spotted a skin-black Sikh
Colourfully turbaned
Smart suited
Suitcase in hand


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