I live in Northampton and when I can I write and draw. Samples of my work can be found at www.tomharding.net I have two books of poetry published with Palewell Press available here - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tom-Harding/e/B08BJ4RDSZ/ref=ntt_dp_epwbk_0
All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.
Blog entries by Tom Harding
Morning Music (26/02/2023)
December 24th (10/11/2022)
Napkin Equation (03/11/2022)
Morning Report (18/05/2022)
The Process (04/05/2022)
I Had A Dream (24/04/2022)
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Audio entries by Tom Harding
I've Cried Enough For You (15/10/2012)
The Desk (13/10/2012)
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Saturday 08 October 2011
Northampton » The Warm Teapot Poets Society
4:00pm at Bradshaw Street, Northampton, NN1 4RA, GB
Tuesday 11 October 2011
8:00pm at Trinity Avenue, Northampton, NN2 6JN, GB
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Fri 23rd Apr 2021 20:38
May I say that your poetry and sketches compliment each other. A
Wed 21st Feb 2018 09:11
thanks for comment on Ted Crow, I re-read recently (evidently) and found it more personally Hughes at the second pass. I hope all going well at the Northampton Review, I thought the first issue worked very well.
Frances Macaulay Forde
Fri 2nd Jun 2017 03:46
Hi Tom, as a new fan, I've shared my discovery on my blog. https://francesmacaulayforde.wordpress.com/2017/06/02/tom-harding/
Fri 17th Mar 2017 01:00
thanks for commenting on 'devil on my right shoulder' Tom - glad that you liked it
Mon 2nd Jan 2017 08:25
HI Tom Thanks for kind comment on Art Pepper.
Sun 30th Aug 2015 13:14
Thanks Tom for getting what I was inarticulately trying to convey in my poem :)
Sun 30th Aug 2015 13:00
Thanks Tom for reading and your comments :) Much appreciated!
Fri 28th Aug 2015 14:04
Yes, Kitchen was excellent, but your sample piece I enjoyed also - I love the momentum and flow, an enviable asset. The subject is a well trodden road, but with a real insight free of bias. I am reminded of Christie Brown.
Sun 3rd Feb 2013 01:11
Cheers Tom- things are just so- :o)
Sat 12th Jan 2013 07:37
Thanks Tom, for reading and responding to my poetry. Your interaction is most welcome and greatly appreciated. I will get on to your other poems as well, time permitting. It shall be a busy year! Good stuff unfolding. See you 'round the site or better yet on our poems. Cheers.
Fri 11th Jan 2013 20:04
Hi Tom. Thanks for your comment on The Rapids. I have just checked out Gary Snyder on youtube. Many thanks for that. Take care, Tony.
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Fri 11th Jan 2013 19:49
Hi Tom-thanks for your feedback on 'A Tradition Saved', I'm pleased you are enjoying the tales.
Tall tales? Stranger things happen out there at sea!
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Fri 11th Jan 2013 19:08
Many thanks Tom re 'Voyager'
means a lot,coming from thee.xx
Sat 27th Oct 2012 21:42
Thanks for your comment Tom. I'm going to try to improve it some more but I'm glad you liked it as it is. I think in performance that second verse probably wouldn't seem weak - you can't get away with anything on the page though, can you? :)
Tue 23rd Oct 2012 17:15
I've just looked on your To Marianne website - you have some lovely work there - particularly like your drawings. You can look at my poetry if you want, but it's a bit embarrassing compared to yours. Also could you send me the rest of your '30 Das of November', I was enjoying it.
Tue 16th Oct 2012 10:27
.. hello Tom ..pleased you enjoyed 'Arlette' .. thanks.
Fri 7th Sep 2012 17:09
Thanks for taking a look at my poem Tom. Glad you liked it. It's good to see you back posting as well!
Thu 6th Sep 2012 22:57
Glad you liked "George Best" Tom.
The reason I hadn't bought the trousers was that choice was a bit limited in 42 inch waists.
But I could probably have got into George Best's shorts.
Wed 11th Apr 2012 15:58
Hello Tom - your kind comments about "Brothers" are very welcome. The poem follows the old wisdom "write about what you know" so I will not claim any visitation from some other-worldly spark of imagination.
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Tue 28th Feb 2012 18:41
Hi to you Tom.
your comments on 'In between days'
Thank you Sir!
Sun 26th Feb 2012 19:02
Thank you for the lovely comments on my poem.
Wed 22nd Feb 2012 11:18
Hi Tom, I am glad you found my comments useful. I do find a lot of comments on here focus on the topic rather than the poetry. I really enjoy looking at how a poem works and what goes into it. I loved Stylistics, at University because it was like a Sherlock Holmes approach to the poem. What is really there? You are welcome to comment on my poems any time.
Cynthia Buell Thomas
Fri 26th Aug 2011 14:10
Tom, I have been intending to thank you for your comment on my 'O Sweet Confusion", your high praise that it reminded you of Basho. Those lines are among my favourites in all my works.
I greatly enjoy the writing of Haiku and Tanka too, for I find the 'prescribed' syllable structure very stimulating, if I choose to use it. With haiku I always have to ask myself: Where does egotism interfere with sincerity? Cinquains and Diamante are fabulous forms also, in their very structured brevity.
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Wed 10th Aug 2011 15:23
very grateful Tom
for your views on my poem
Tue 9th Aug 2011 19:50
Thank you for your kind comments on 'Darkness and Light' Tom, much appreciated.
Sun 7th Aug 2011 20:33
Thanks for your comments on Kopi Luwak, Tom. If you try some let me know what it's like.
Thu 4th Aug 2011 22:12
Hi Tom Thanks for the positive feedback on Chemo. I'll have to check out some of yours!
Thu 4th Aug 2011 00:23
Thanks much for the comments on 'I Adore.'
Tue 5th Apr 2011 23:15
Thanks for your comment, Tom.
Dave D Poet Rhumour
Fri 25th Mar 2011 14:22
hello Tim, my thanks go out to you for your kind comments on 'Stars Would Gladly Cast Their Gleam' - much appreciated :) Best wishes, Dave
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