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A Good Moroccan By Paul Judges
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This is an adventure story set in Morocco and England, which includes delightful images
Only We Seem Lost - Haiku for Today By Paul Judges
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In his latest collection, Paul Judges has brought together a delightful mix of contemporary haiku poetry and original colour images, which are a subtle combination of simplicity and natural beauty... More > with clear hints at something deeper.< Less
1982 By Paul Judges
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1982 will never really be about my working life with people who could often much more readily display affection than so-called normal folk; or the ever-present soundtrack of Come on Eileen by Dexys... More > Midnight Runners; or the ridiculous Falklands War enthusiastically promoted by Maggie Thatcher (how silly it would be if Argentina controlled the Scilly Isles). It will always be about her.< Less
21st Century Haiku By Paul Judges
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According to my English dictionary haiku means: amusement in verse; Oxford Dictionaries differ slightly with: light verse, and add that it’s a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three... More > lines of five-seven-five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world; and also that it can be a poem in English written in the form of a haiku. The great haiku master Basho died in 1694 at the age of fifty; it was common in those days to observe a few other rules of composition, which many of us have deliberately disregarded in the micro-poetic world of today. Twitter, with its limitation of 140 characters, has surprisingly provided a platform for all manner of short form poetry celebrating many of the mundane, and eternal themes such as love, life, death, and the natural world. Perhaps, even Basho would accept that in the 21st century we should be allowed to express ourselves more freely and decide the contents of the haiku rule book – if we have one. Simplicity & beauty should be the main aim.< Less
Whitby, I Could Be Happy There By Paul Judges
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This is the latest book of poetry from Paul Judges, which covers many themes, but particularly love, the yearning for love, and the natural world. Most young people do not value poetry, but perhaps... More > they should think of it as old-fashioned rap ! Paul was born in 1962 in York, England; and has also published books as Joe Hebden.< Less
The Wolds Witch, and Other Small Adventures In a Chalk Landscape By Paul Judges
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The Yorkshire Wolds in northern England is one of the least visited areas in the country, but what is it like to live in this rural location in the early 21st century of shop, Post Office and pub... More > closures These short 'adventures' first appeared as an online blog (Web diary) and cover a bewildering array of subject matter that does not confine itself to this small geographical area. All human and non-human life is to be found - from feuding neighbours to sampling the many delights of the natural and historical world, with a good sprinkling of dry humour........and not forgetting the eternal battle between light and darkness !< Less
How Do the Cows Cling On? And Other Peculiar Verse By Paul Judges
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This is the third poetry book from Paul Judges, which covers a wide variety of themes, including love, nature and humour - all in an original and crisp style.
Bird Is The Word - Twitter Haiku By Paul Judges
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A selection of haiku poetry from the Yorkshire poet Paul Judges, which has appeared on Twitter, and is accompanied by black and white images.
In All These Years I Never Met Anyone Real By Paul Judges
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The long-awaited second volume of poems from Paul Judges.
Dreamweaver By Paul Judges
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Paul Judges was born in York, England in 1962 and reared on a diet of breast milk and Marmite. After a failed teenage love affair he was admitted to a lunatic asylum where he met a pair of famous... More > twins with a sad and baffling dependency. He has continued to write poetry in an attempt to heal the yawning gap between reality and dreams. Paul now lives in a wilderness location on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds where he is able to largely avoid human contact. He has also published Muffin Heaven and Universal Office Diary as Joe Hebden.< Less

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