Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Excellent Wessex Event by Timothy Adès

Based on the 1967 Film ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’ and a Betjeman Heroine Winner of the Flamingofeather Long Poem Prize, 2013, published in Long Poem Magazine, 2014, with an Apparatus Criticus: “… a breathtaking, single–vowelled tour de force: ‘She … Continue reading

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Odd Lipograms by Timothy Adès

On First Looking Into Chapman’s Translation by Adonais I got around, saw lots of lands of gold, Good kingdoms, many a top–class duchy too, And sundown islands (I was shooting through) Which bards as loan–stock from Apollo hold. On various … Continue reading

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Lipograms from Stratford–on–Avon by Timothy Adès

by a glorious Bard Let’s see whether he needed the letter e XVIII Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate: Comparing you with a day possibly in July or August I’ll put … Continue reading

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