Two concrete poems by Deborah Gordon

OF BEAUTY

REGRET

• This is Deborah Gordon's first appearance on IS&T. She says “I began writing at the age of seven and since then have never really stopped. I like to experiment with all different styles and mediums and the concept of movement: To make the words leap from the page or dance their way into a verse. I live in the South Coast of England with my husband and 2 feisty cats!”

4 comments

  1. Nice use of form poetry, Deborah.
    Mike

  2. Thankyou Mike.
    Deborah

  3. Dborah,
    Your 'Ears' construction-poem brought to mind one of my favourite poems. I'm now re-reading for the umpteenth time – 'Ears in the turrets hear…' by the late, great Dylan Thomas. It's still as good as ever.
    Dioch,
    Gwilym

  4. Thankyou for your coments. I am glad it helped you recall this. He is one of my husbands favourite poets also.
    Deborah

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