Poems

Below are links to poems available online,
including some on this site.

A Renga for St James (2009)
Bob the Roman (2016)
Cloqueliclot (2014)
Come to the garden which might seem dead, and view (2011) (scroll down to near the foot of the page)
Credit (in CENTUM, 2008)
Elsewhere (2009 / 2015)
Four haiku (2001)
Into Ettrick (2014) (click on ‘This is the resulting work’)
Morning Glory (2005)
Norm (2009)
Orkney (2013)
Parse and Elaborate (2000)
proceed till apprehended (2015)
Schedule (2010)
Shandwick Stone (1996)
The Ash Grove (2013)
The Isle of Jura (1998)
The Scottish Parliament (2016)
Twelve Months (2014)

Audio Recordings

On the fly-leaf of A Pictorial History of Soccer (1968)
On the flyleaf of Submariner #36 (c.1971)
Pandora’s Light Box
The whole of the long poem of The Road North is available free of charge on iTunes as a series of podcasts.
Extracts from Der Weg nach Norden, Christine’s Marendon’s translation into German of The Road North, can be heard at Literaturtelefon Kiel (also with the English originals), and at Literatur in Hamburg.

Translations (from German)

Thomas Brasch, Two poems
Heinz Czechowski, I sat on my little balcony and looked…
Goethe, from Venetian Epigrams
Christine Marendon, Evening Primrose (with audio recording)
Christine Marendon, Search
Christine Marendon, Two poems
Christine Marendon, Three Poems
Arne Rautenberg, Nine poems
Arne Rautenberg, Two poems from the sequence ‘Das dunkle Haus’ (‘The Dark House’)
Arne Rautenberg, spring
Arne Rautenberg, gingko leaf fairy tale & Haiku
Arne Rautenberg, Five poems from seltene erden (rare earths, 2014)
Thomas Rosenlöcher, Bullbars
Thomas Rosenlöcher, Two poems

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