Native American

All just by Herd, David

By Herd, David

The poems during this assortment are produced from the fractured words and competing idioms of up to date flow and the interpretation among private and non-private spacesconversations that begin and are damaged off; public bulletins intervening in deepest occasions; an emergency that's approximately to spread within the heritage. Taking bearings from Dover and London and wrestling with issues of elegy and protest, official Read more...


Taking bearings from Dover and London, from elegy and protest, from professional buildings that confirm the place humans can pass, and the futures that move them, this booklet explores the social areas in Read more...

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It was not to be the last case of its kind of course there are plenty recorded in history, nearly everything is unchosen – in the torchlight writing a bit, making a note to write. Because the theme runs deep – the morning isn’t glamorous beneath the bruise becoming visible is a cloud-slate grey and nearly everything cold, arbitrary, unpredictable, evidence surely of the strangeness of their condition. Which is a political reality, evidence surely of a political reality, like a gypsy living on the boundary of an alien world – ragged maybe, irregular, fairly adventurous, quietly adapting in the half light.

In the darkness surrounds us He tells his own story. Poem beginning with a phrase from Whitman Until that which comes – what? – has hidden evenings? has sat up watching as the earth curves carrying the boats away, absconded, which has ridden roughshod, gathered momentum crossing furiously over marked space settled, temporarily, on the outskirts of a shanty quarter, which was uncertain, had not habit of fathoming how deep to bury in, which walked the boards, figured longing, followed the curvature of necessity, which dwelt among the implications of a fastened room, stipulated English, which travelled through shifting environments, mountains dropped savagely into agricultural terrain, crossed at speed, lay down cramped among the cargo, listened watchfully as the decision got made, elsewhere unrecorded, lips unstruck, until that which comes ‘from vigorous practice’, ‘long trial’, loosens the dialect, ‘a system of calls and warnings’ among us, among us we settle in a dark place.

And cops. People thinking cops Swing by on blades past Citizens pushing strollers considered Good cops largely Largely bad cops Drop down on to Rue Esprit des Lois Outside the shadow of les Girondins Falls across the park some Somewhere where the trams go Steeled loose people Thinking bag colour most Moderate deputies of the Revolution. Thinking maybe blue maybe different bag Some book on the table Too big for anybody’s pocket Thinking sunglasses Hôtel Regent Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux Brel paying tribute to Jaurès Talking about Bergson Articulating lived time In people standing Still and walking steps from the theatre Down among the trams.

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