Ironing by Vicki Feaver
Vicki Feaver (b. 1943) grew up in Nottingham "in a house of quarrelling women", an emotional inheritance which finds later expression in her poetry. She studied Music at Durham University and English University College, London and worked as a lecturer in English and Creative Writing at University College, Chichester, becoming Emeritus Professor. Her collections have been highly praised, the second, The Handless Maiden, including both the Arvon International Poetry Competition finalist 'Lily Pond', and 'Judith', winner of the Forward Poetry Prize for Best Single Poem.
I thought you would notice that ;-) by Feb 23
A Chicot by Muriel Stuart
IN days of ancient history Who were you?
'Resume' - Dorothy Parker
Maybe I'm not so alright I just wrote "Lukily" instead of " Luckily" and "would" instead of "wouldn't " I must be losing it ;-O by Feb 23
Lukily she wasn't on any of the modern meds . She might have leveled out and we would have her great sarcastic insightful notes ;-) I'm fine how about yourself ? ;-) by Feb 23
Huh I didn't know that, I thought she was just self medicating ;-/ by Feb 23
first of thanks to dorothy...for creating this..and again than@ cybermyth...dear please keep sending such links ..i love those stuff..thnks.. by Feb 22