New poetry collection
out mid September!
These are poems of connection and remembrance. They celebrate family, friends and acquaintances — fellow travellers on the road to wisdom and enlightenment or simply vanishing out of sight over the horizon. And they are also poems which affirm the dignity of the ordinary, by turns rueful, wistful and comically sardonic. Like a priest attentive to the goings-on in his parish, Lindsay Rabbitt wanders, observes, and acknowledges his neighbourhood and its inhabitants. His poems gently unfurl in a Whitmanesque spirit of camaraderie. Undeniably a poet and writer of the working class, in this new book of poetry he invites you to join him in raising a glass to the salt of the earth, to the ‘wild child’ and to the ‘everyday Christ’, to his mother who sent him flowers for his 63rd birthday, and to his grandfather barber who whispered ‘Keep your skull still’.
– David Eggleton
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