Poems of Sally Evans
|1.||33 Lines for Ginsberg||6/11/2011|
|3.||A Naboland Alphabet||6/11/2011|
|4.||A poem about print, i.m. Adrian Mitchell||6/11/2011|
|5.||A Scots Family,1999||9/29/2011|
|6.||A Slave Lass's ane ally||8/13/2011|
|10.||Anderson's Piano (the first 3 poems)||8/13/2011|
|11.||At the Antonine Wall||6/12/2011|
|14.||Basil's Land [Basil Bunting]||6/11/2011|
|15.||Bewick Walks to Scotland Sequence (d) Glasgow||12/17/2012|
|16.||Bewick Walks to Scotland: Sequence (a) Newcastle||6/20/2011|
|17.||Bewick Walks to Scotland: Sequence (b) Haltwhistle||6/21/2011|
|18.||Bewick Walks to Scotland: Sequence (c) Brampton||6/21/2011|
The Angel of the North
A poet named this new colossus.
The service station told me, 'You can't miss it.'
Miles away, it seemed less than a pylon.
The traffic slowed, we all crept past it,
My eye only partially aligning the car,
Partially taking cognizance of the movement
Of this significant being's massive wings,
And as I went on into Newcastle