Barry Tebb Poems (117 Poems)

OUR SON (Barry Tebb Poems)

Quarter to three: I wake again at the hour of his birth Thirty years ago and now he paces corridors ...

LAMENT (Barry Tebb Poems)

How I loathe this land of my exile, Concrete upon concrete, Steel upon steel, Glass upon glass In massed battalions ...

WAITING (Barry Tebb Poems)

I am waiting for the sky to flower Like poems in a winter mind: And yet they come, maybe trailing ...

UNCLE BOB (Barry Tebb Poems)

Shell-shocked from Korea A grenade that left him The platoon's only survivor, Put him in Stanley Royd For thirty years. ...

WINTERLIGHT (Barry Tebb Poems)

Let us, this December night, leave the ring Of heat, the lapping flames around the fire's heart, Move with bodies ...

WAKING (Barry Tebb Poems)

Wires toss in the wind, shrubs flap And the tap on windows wakes us To March's mistral madness: I see ...

LEFTOVERS (Barry Tebb Poems)

Empty chocolate boxes, a pillowcase with an orange at the bottom, Nuts and tinsel with its idiosyncratic rustle and brilliant ...

FACES IN A CROWD (Barry Tebb Poems)

The women are all wearing imitation silk scarves, Blackpool or Biarritz, sipping Woman, masticating The morning's post, new babies and ...

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