A Tumble of Poems

A Tumble of Poems

This is a fantastic collection of poetry from Janet Haworth. From the ironic comments of Michael 'Stormforce' Fish, the 'Fifteen Seconds' in a wartime classroom and the memories inspired by 'The Age of Aquarius' to the 'P.S. to St Valantine' and the 'Call to the Midwife; these poems will delight, move and intrigue.

Published by Mark Winson.

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About the Book

Dear Reader

Welcome to my first collection of poems. I hope you enjoy them.

The Catterline collection of poems came out of my experience of living in an Old Rectory perched on the cliffs overlooking the old fishing village that inspired Joan Eardley’s paintings of the Glasgow School. Friends called it ‘Wuthering Heights by the sea.’ The village was a world away from the nearby city of Aberdeen.  I hope you get a sense of this special place and share something of its soul in the poems.

Other poems came from working with memory, wanting to capture events that seemed important, sometimes sad and at times funny.

The IT Girl began life as an advert for margarine. It is a, ’Found Poem,’ as is Fifteen Seconds. These words were inspired by a teacher working in a war zone who was being interviewed on Radio 4.

Janet Haworth

Publisher: Mark Winson
Publication Year: 2020
ASIN: B084Q8Z91X
ISBN: 9798613469741
List Price: £5.95
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