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Tomás Ó Cárthaigh
Wed 10th Sep 2008 13:22
I love the Pallette poem, a well deserved featured poem...
Comment is about Hannah Kate (poet profile)
Original item by Hannah Kate
Mon 14th Jul 2008 15:33
Although i like the poem about the tree,
who really wants to be a table.
I think of my tree of life.
Although i like the sounds of a carpenter,
i wouldn't want to be his wife.
He might make me into a table.
So i thankyou for entertaining me,
but now i really must leave as i'm
in danger of becoming a table.
Or is it just a fable?
Tue 26th Feb 2008 09:59
Hey Hannah, I love this poem. It is very atmospheric: the joy of colour against the drab, harsh, inhospitable background of this urban churchyard. Your eyes were painted, almost like rose-tinted specs giving you a brighter perspective on an otherwise sombre place with a sombre name, though you don't menton it: Blackley: the old ICI dyeworks.
favourite lines: we watched the stars switch on, writing the dyeworks into the sky.
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