On Missing National Bad Poetry Day on the 18th of August by Ian Richardson at Spillwords.com
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On Missing National Bad Poetry Day on the 18th of August

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On Missing National Bad Poetry Day on the 18th of August

written by: Ian Richardson

 

Lo, the dimméd sun does rise on tardy mind,
To waken poesy afresh,
As mayhap it does somewhere else – like Bangladesh.

To miss the appointed day means naught to me,
the nonconformist.
My offering instead I give today,
The nineteenth of August.

Ian Richardson

Ian Richardson

Ian Richardson is London-based UK author. He has been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize. His previous publications include the literary magazines Bartleby Snopes, Litro and Here Comes Everything, the actors’ sourcebook 222 More Comedy Monologues published by Smith & Kraus, Spillwords and Between These Shores Literary & Arts Annual. He has also published in short story anthologies.
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