Monday, 4 February 2019

A Poem by Jude Cowan Montague

In a Playfield Kinlet

Nefting her horn to the verdy brook,
she rocked, she crooked in broathing gard,
o where is my kampt and bambery rush?
hah ha, the far away plumwell bay,
she rides with wool and wrothesley heart
to the woodful cresent to the macooma call,
to rescue the maxey from green Tom Cribb,
and flamsteeding, oglib the maryon girl.
It's far away, sitory, repo and pony,
the burragey spray will lovmunk us all.

Jude Cowan Montague worked for Reuters Television Archive for ten years and now presents and produces 'The News Agents' on Resonance 104.4 FM. She is working on a graphic autobiographical novel, Love on the Isle of Dogs. Her most recent album is Hammond Hits (Linear Obsessional, 2018).

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