Free eBook Oxford Poems download
by Brian Taylor
Author: Brian Taylor
Publisher: lulu.com (September 30, 2011)
Category: Imaginative Literature
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We raised our hats to you, Mr Lincoln. We believed every word that you said. ABOUT THE POET ~ Brian Taylor is a poet and philosopher presently living in Cornwall, England and the Far East. com, Poetry works include:, BLINDNESS KINDNESS (1968), GOING OUT THERE IS NO OTHER (1995), COMING BACK THERE IS NO TRACE (2005), BLONDIN (2006), BAMBOO LEAVES (2007), OXFORD POEMS (2008)
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These poems cover over forty years. Writing them is like collecting the bubbles which stream away from the stern of a small boat crossing a vast ocean. They are all different. They are all the same. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
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Paperback, 122 Pages. Oxford: bones and stones, churches and vivisection laboratory. Peaceful gardens, rivers and quadrangles. Relentless efforts to squeeze the money out of its alumni.
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