I`m a published poet - two collections, some print magazines, some poetry websites. I enjoy both formal and free verse. In my own work I generally avoid rhyme, because I`m not very good at it, but if you can rhyme, I`ll be full of admiration! Before joining WW I was a member of other internet poetry groups, and have always enjoyed reading and commenting on other people`s work. Any comments will always be constructive.
In James Graham’s new collection we find poems that capture places from the ‘scrambled heart’ of the city to the haunted stone circle on the moor; poems that travel in time, looking into the ‘darkness at both ends of time’; poems that are inspired by the
James Graham’s second collection has been praised for its diversity. Some poems are very personal but touch on all our life experiences. There is history and prehistory - including the much praised 'The Book of Lascaux'. And a humorous finale.