I wrote ‘in a quarantined life,’ during the first coronavirus lockdown in the UK. I found myself feeling significantly affected by isolation for the first time in a while and wrote about the impact loneliness has had on my life as a whole.
Poem #15 from the illustrated series A Shropshire Grad
Reviewing my debut attempt at National Poetry Writing Month.
In the absence of the London Marathon, I wrote a poem about enduring the UK lockdown.
Written one line at a time, on every hour, from 9am to 8pm.
A poem from the perspective of an inanimate object – a floodlight.
A poem on three sounds I hear at midday.
A blackout poem from the Wrexham AFC manager’s programme notes against Eastleigh – the club’s last game of the season before lockdown.
Written after a virtual tour of the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.
A poem about Coronavirus that highlights and analyzes some of the things I’ve seen during the pandemic.