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April 15, 2024

Articles by Stephen Kingsnorth



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Warmer Flesh (2022-07-25) poem unrhymed

Stephen Kingsnorth (Cambridge M.A., English & Religious Studies), retired to Wales, UK, from ministry in the Methodist Church due to Parkinson’s Disease, has had pieces published by on-line poetry sites, printed journals and anthologies.

Ginga Weave (2022-08-15) poem

"...my spirit thrashed through sweat and dreams..."

Peddle Car (2022-09-12) poem

"...I travelled greater distances..."

My name is Stephen, with ph (2022-10-17) poem

"...I always introduce myself..."

Bingo (2022-11-21) poem

"...without cash prize or laughter raised..."

The Host (2022-12-19) poem unrhymed

"...I would meet not wings or haloes, but true messengers of God..."

Pickings (2022-12-26) poem unrhymed

"...the wallet slipped, worn-leather shine, is soon binned skip, of no account..."

Hoops (2023-01-23) poem unrhymed

"...we traded jokes, paraded skills..."

Alloted Space (2023-02-20) poem unrhymed

"...all day is worked to sunset strip..."

Appointment (2023-03-27) poem unrhymed

"...the major tear-off bit attached, doctor’s scribble, notorious..."

Joint Enterprise (2023-04-24) poem unrhymed

"...though most their lads had Nam and eggs..."

Lengths for Width (2023-05-22) poem unrhymed

"...Pale sunshine may give way to rain..."

Swaddling (2023-06-19) poem unrhymed

"...where heather bushed in purple rug..."

Hoodwink (2023-07-17) poem unrhymed

"...we know this suspect from the news..."

Gasp (2023-08-21) poem unrhymed

"...searching both for inner and for outer ways..."

Rows (2023-09-18) poem unrhymed

"...beg to hear her, or impress the point..."

Rust (2023-11-27) poem unrhymed

"...so damp air driving season’s cost..."

Preserved (2023-12-25) poem unrhymed

"...thank God for vinegar preserve..."

Gun Slinging at Ten (2024-01-22) poem unrhymed

"...The lesson had been clearly taught..."

Grain to Crust (2024-02-19) poem unrhymed

"...farmer’s toil in soil, and miller’s grinding at the wheel..."

Dyslexic Games (2024-03-18) poem unrhymed

"...Imagine, me, reading your words..."

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