Christopher Barnes: Two Poems


…fortune-bitter.  You sport
a disposition…


…palette knife.  Turf
onto wire rack…


…”Cudgelling fossilized blockhead,”
she lisped…


…our gabber.  Ultimately,

Bridges Home

…in Crab St.  Rule-book tickles


…not oatmeal.  Fortify
with Quorn…


…history museum,
rubbernecking a colossus…


…I slide back the gateleg,
a torrent of Motown…


Christopher Barnes is an award-winning writer and artist who also works in radio and film. 2005 saw the publication of his collection LOVEBITES, published by Chanticleer Press, 6/1 Jamaica Mews, Edinburgh. In May 2006, he had a solo art/poetry exhibition at The People’s Theatre. He has also written art criticism for Peel and Combustus.

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