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A Respectable Woman
A Respectable Woman is the latest poem penned by Alison Little around the theme of Truth for National Poetry Day 2019. It was performed by Alison at the Life Rooms in Walton and for Sefton Slams at Crosby Library. A Respectable Woman Respectable, woman I am Married, my working man Toddler hand, baby in…
Do we need a Miss Liverpool?
The ritualistic process of crowning a Miss Liverpool is an annual event in the city of Liverpool. Initially, relating to the ancient custom of Marriage, the ball-like gown paraded by the contestants often being the traditional white. The notion of a maiden passing of age is also conjured up by the generation of the contestants,…
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Beauty is Truth
Beauty is Truth is a flash fiction piece written in response to the famous line from John Keats Ode on a Grecian Urn. Explicit content to be expected. The Sister in Law I look at her and I see no beauty. I see a woman haggard, prematurely aged and sinful in her ways. Fat encases…