I am delighted to have two wingèd poems in London Grip, alongside many other fine works and reviews. The timing is rather perfect–just yesterday on our afternoon walk, we heard the Autumn song of the English Robin, staking out his territory for the long Winter ahead.
I have recorded audio versions of the two poems, which you can listen to below, then proceed to read the text in the Autumn 2013 issue of London Grip, where you will no doubt be roped in to further reading by the many excellent poems in this issue. You have been warned.
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