This New Place

This New Place by Robert McGonigal was last week’s Tuesday Poem.

As always there are other gems from Tuesday poets in the side bar including:

For My Daughter in her Fifteenth Year (for International Women’s Day) by Catherine Bateson.

Maginificence  by Mary McCallum.

Mule Heart by Jane Hirshfield. 

and Orchid Tierney who has 3 x Flashcards  asks what happens when cultural signs and processes become disturbed?

3 Responses to This New Place

  1. adam2314 says:

    Grays Elegy would have been one, if not the last poem I read.. Circa very late 1940’s

    Don’t talk about it… Fix it..

    Never ever been able to understand poetry.. Ce’s la vie..

  2. homepaddock says:

    You don’t necessarily have to understand it, Adam, sometimes it’s enough to feel it (though don’t tell my English lecturers I said that).

  3. adam2314 says:

    Nada.. Zip !!..

    That was life when i grew up..

    Exactly as i felt after going to a Rembrant Expo..
    Watched.. Looked .. Listened.. Long and hard..

    Said to the security guard as i left..

    ” I think that I have just seen the Kings clothes “.

    Again .. Nothing.. Just paintings.. Some can.. Some can not.

    Maybe it is “envy” on the admirers part.. Who knows..

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