Tag Archive: poetry

The Tees Transporter in Poetry

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a somewhat curious obsession with bridges, particularly bridges on the Tees. After writing an article about a trip up one of the best-known bridges of the… Continue reading

Sally’s Legs

Sally’s Legs Sally’s legs are long                           firm clenched cobras coiling your boyish                … Continue reading

This is a Low

Low You skim flat pebbles, disturbing thoughts once stowed beneath smooth waters. Under a slippery rock, a Minnow loiters like the grudging, silver silence still left over from last night. Ducks squabble over nothing… Continue reading