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Poem – Kerry Popplewell

Reading The Master (In memory of Stuart Johnston)   Last year before you died, you told me about this book – admired its reticence, the way it invited complicity, embraced the challenge of tangle.   Trusting your judgement, I’m reading…
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Poem – Kerry Popplewell

The Iliad, Book xii   So in the years to come Poseidon and god Apollo Would set all things to rights once more (The Iliad, xiii. Robert Eagles’ translation) Homer knew war: knew the killing – brains spilling out, spurting…
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