Terry Collett

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Terry Collett was born in London in 1947. He has been writing since 1971. He lives in Sussex in England with his wife and three of his eight children. His eldest son died from sepsis in 2014 aged 29.
Popular Poems
Her Beautifulness.
There's an empty cottage
at the end of this lane
Jane said
Talk Over Tea
Her mother poured tea

her father sat talking
about his day at work
Watching Her Sleep
He loves to watch her sleep.
Likes to hear her breathe in
And out; see her breasts rise
And fall like sleeping giants.
Grace's Visitors 1940
I am in a wheelchair on grass
outside the hospital

I hear birds sing and distant traffic
Invitation To Tea 1969
Sophia's parents
had invited me to tea

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Marianne Reninger 01 February 2016
Terry Collett is one of the most astonishing, accomplished poets on this site. His work is always like a micro stage play where in a few lines the characters pop out at you and grab you by the throat. They are real and raw; reflective of their times, But don't expect any recognition for your praise; he won't talk to you. He won't discuss motivation, or make any personal comments. But it doesn't matter, I'll just keep enjoying being jolted by a new poem from Terry most mornings.....Marianne Larsen Reninger
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Pradip Chattopadhyay 06 September 2011
I have read your poem 'Together Forever'. It's touching.
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