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SUMMARY The Mersey Sound 109 'I wanted your soft vergesBut you gave me the hard shoulder' The Mersey Sound brought poetry down from the shelf and on to the street capturing the mood of the Sixties and speaking to real lives with its irreverent wry fr. There is a poem in this collection that sums it perfectly fine Me by Adrian Henri It stars with the uestion If you weren t you who would you like to be and after a list of dozens of artists ends up saying last of all me Wildfire poetry down from the shelf and on to the street capturing the mood of the Sixties and speaking to real lives with its irreverent wry fr. There is a Always Looking Essays on Art poem in this collection that sums it Martian Genesis The Extraterrestrial Origins of the Human Race perfectly fine Me by Adrian Henri It stars with the uestion If you weren t you who would you like to be and after a list of dozens of artists ends up saying last of all me

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SUMMARY The Mersey Sound 109 Y beloved volume is the bestselling poetry anthology of all time Now for its fiftieth anniversary this edition restores the original text of the book as it first appeared in 1967 energetic raw and a true record of its era. Every generation has poetry that it considers its own As a teenager growing up in Cardiff this was the volume that felt like it was mine poppy edgy at times accessible and anti establishment like the music of The Beatles Lennon Dylan Bowie or the soon to follow punk explosion though gentler and less abrasive than the latter I revelled in the sensational surrealism of Adrian Henri the wit of Roger McGough wasn t uite sure what to make of the less showy Brian Patten Of course we had other poets Eliot Dylan Thomas and so on but they belonged to everyone These belonged to usForty years on McGough is the avuncular voice of poetry on Radio 4 Henri is no longer with us and Patten still writes for both adults and children Revisiting these familiar works I find my teenage preferences have reversed Henri now looks showy sensationalist capable of great lines and striking images I Want To Paint but also of naive political posturing His obsession with teenage schoolgirls now that I m no longer a teenage schoolboy seems than a little creepy McGough s witty lyrics have fared or dated better I think You and Your Strange Ways is still disturbing My busconductor At lunchtime and Sad Aunt Madge tell everyday stories with humour empathy and pathos Why Patriots Are A Bit Nuts In The Head tempers polemic with Goonish humour I had forgotten the short poem On Picnics which is concise but brilliant in its treatment of First World War remembrance But it is Patten s understated lyricism that I now find most nourishing my teenage mind found it slightly boring to be honest Poems like Party Piece Travelling Between Places or Room tell oddly haunting stories where the reader s imagination fills in the gaps between words and images There s humour there The River Arse and politics too but a poem like Schoolboy feels resonant sparsely emotional authentic Hinting at the depression that The Beast spells out explicitly and with brutal honesty Llama Llama Home with Mama poetry anthology of all time Now for its fiftieth anniversary this edition restores the original text of the book as it first appeared in 1967 energetic raw and a true record of its era. Every generation has Llama Llama Holiday Drama poetry that it considers its own As a teenager growing up in Cardiff this was the volume that felt like it was mine Insomnia poppy edgy at times accessible and anti establishment like the music of The Beatles Lennon Dylan Bowie or the soon to follow Deader Still punk explosion though gentler and less abrasive than the latter I revelled in the sensational surrealism of Adrian Henri the wit of Roger McGough wasn t uite sure what to make of the less showy Brian Patten Of course we had other Crosstown Crush Sins in the City #1 poetry on Radio 4 Henri is no longer with us and Patten still writes for both adults and children Revisiting these familiar works I find my teenage Perempuan Pala kumpulan cerpen preferences have reversed Henri now looks showy sensationalist capable of great lines and striking images I Want To Paint but also of naive Dark Enchantment political Cubicles A Novel Strivers Row posturing His obsession with teenage schoolgirls now that I m no longer a teenage schoolboy seems than a little creepy McGough s witty lyrics have fared or dated better I think You and Your Strange Ways is still disturbing My busconductor At lunchtime and Sad Aunt Madge tell everyday stories with humour empathy and My Mother the Man Eater pathos Why Patriots Are A Bit Nuts In The Head tempers Shortcut polemic with Goonish humour I had forgotten the short DIY Magic politics too but a The One Inside poem like Schoolboy feels resonant sparsely emotional authentic Hinting at the depression that The Beast spells out explicitly and with brutal honesty

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SUMMARY The Mersey Sound 109 Eewheeling verses of young love petrol pump attendants CND leaflets and bus journey capers Bringing together the hugely influential work of Adrian Henri Roger McGough and Brian Patten the 'Liverpool Poets' this perenniall. Three poets publishing in the 60s with all the flavour of John Lennon Here are the beginnings of three of their poemsLove is feeling cold in the back of vansLove is a fanclub with only two fansLove is walking holding paintstained handsLove is Love is Adrian Henrisometimesi feel like a priestin a fish chip ueueuietly thinkingas the vinegar runs throughhow nice it would beto buy supper for two Vinegar Roger McGoughOn a horse called autumnamong certain decaying thingsshe rides inside me forno matter where I movethis puzzled woman singsof nude horsemen breechedin leather On a Horse Called Autumn Brian PattenWell then how about these excerpts Prostitutes in the snow in Canning St like strange erotic snowmenAnd Marcel Proust in the Kardomah eating Madeleine butties dipped in tea Liverpool Poems Adrian Henrifor in the morningwhen a policemandisguised as the suncreeps into the roomand your motherdisguised as birdscalls from the treesyou will put on a dress of guiltand shoes with broken high idealsand refusing coffeerunallthewayhome Comeclose and Sleepnow Roger McGoughOr when I m 104 banned from the Cavernmay my mistresscatching me in bed with her daughter fearing for her soncut me up into little pieces throw away every piece but one Let Me Die a Youngman s Death Roger McGoughSo they didRight there among the woodbines and guinness stainsAnd later he caught a bus and she a trainAnd all there was between them thenwas rain Party Piece Brian PattenHumour chaos sex nostalgia youth poverty and endless wit Dark Enchantment petrol Cubicles A Novel Strivers Row pump attendants CND leaflets and bus journey capers Bringing together the hugely influential work of Adrian Henri Roger McGough and Brian Patten the 'Liverpool Poets' this My Mother the Man Eater perenniall. Three Shortcut poets DIY Magic poemsLove is feeling cold in the back of vansLove is a fanclub with only two fansLove is walking holding The One Inside paintstained handsLove is Love is Adrian Henrisometimesi feel like a San Francisco Surrender priestin a fish chip ueueuietly thinkingas the vinegar runs throughhow nice it would beto buy supper for two Vinegar Roger McGoughOn a horse called autumnamong certain decaying thingsshe rides inside me forno matter where I movethis Chanur's Legacy puzzled woman singsof nude horsemen breechedin leather On a Horse Called Autumn Brian PattenWell then how about these excerpts Prostitutes in the snow in Canning St like strange erotic snowmenAnd Marcel Proust in the Kardomah eating Madeleine butties dipped in tea Liverpool Poems Adrian Henrifor in the morningwhen a Shimmering Chaos (Enchanted Chaos Series Book 2) policemandisguised as the suncreeps into the roomand your motherdisguised as birdscalls from the treesyou will Positive Affirmations FeelFabToday Guides Book 4 put on a dress of guiltand shoes with broken high idealsand refusing coffeerunallthewayhome Comeclose and Sleepnow Roger McGoughOr when I m 104 banned from the Cavernmay my mistresscatching me in bed with her daughter fearing for her soncut me up into little Positive Thoughts For The Day pieces throw away every What Darwin Really Said piece but one Let Me Die a Youngman s Death Roger McGoughSo they didRight there among the woodbines and guinness stainsAnd later he caught a bus and she a trainAnd all there was between them thenwas rain Party Piece Brian PattenHumour chaos sex nostalgia youth Web 20 Architectures poverty and endless wit

  • Paperback
  • 143
  • The Mersey Sound
  • Adrian Henri
  • English
  • 08 July 2018
  • 9780141189260