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FEBRUARY

 

 

 

BHARTI BANSAL

Womanhood

 

MARK BELAIR

Ambulance

Snow Sketch

 

FRANCES BOYLE

Moby Doll

 

BOB BRADSHAW

Butterfly Weed

The Orchestra

 

LYNN HOGGARD

To Enter a Painting

 

LAURA CELISE LIPPMAN

Poem about my Grandma, circa 1910

Providence Lying-in Hospital for Women and Girls, 1970

 

NIALL MACHIN

What my father taught me

The Whin and the Whane

When things go hideously wrong

 

BETH MCDONOUGH

The Unbearable Lightness of Gellért

Buddon Ness Lighthouses

 

RUBY HANSEN MURRAY

Alders

 

MICHAEL SALCMAN

Searching

 

ALISON STONE

Lillith’s Daughter on a Date

 

STEPHEN WING

The Saga of Western Avenue

Junebug

NEWS

 

New email address: poetry@thelakepoetry.co.uk

It's not easy getting a book or pamphlet accepted for review these days. So in addition to the regular review section, the One Poem Review feature will allow more poets' to reach a wider audience - one poem featured from a new book/pamphlet along with a cover JPG and a link to the publisher's website. Contact the editor if you have released a book/pamphlet in the last twelve months or expect to have one published.

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