Stuart A. Paterson
Stuart A. Paterson Poems
- Building He won’t change a tyre or put up a shelf that won’t...
- Eorisdale (Isle of Vatersay) Here is a house where no-one...
- Crianlarich At Crianlarich where the great winds roared, ...
- Late (Grez-sur-Loing, November 2014) It's long after ...
Stuart is an award-winning poet in Scots and English. He lives in Kirkcudbrightshire after returning to the area in 2012 following 14 years of working in north-west England. An Ayrshireman of long descent, he founded and edited the international poetry and prose review ‘Spectrum’ from 1989 to 1996. He was given an Eric Gregory Award in 1992 from the UK Society of Authors, recognising the UK’s ... more »
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At Crianlarich where the great winds roared,
hyphens of railway line flow to meet
between frowns of dark mountain, converge
tremulously for a timetabled heartbeat.
Colliding briefly like huge angry stags
in coupling then hurtling away south or north,
dark carriages filled to the brim with us
rest uneasily in temporary berth.
A quick cig on the platform, a sallow glance
towards fog-boxed peaks & diminishing glens
where the wind cries Morag and all our
turning points come to lost and boggy ends.