The Greenteeth Poetry Library.
Jenny Greenteeth, a mythical creature of Northern and Western England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Jenny a boggart or water spirit, is celtic in origin and every celt has a deep love of poetry. Jenny is not a fan of the modernist self - analysis free verse stuff although she acknowledges some of it is very good. Nor does she enjoy prissy, over formalised a,b,a,b rhyming. Giver her something with a strong rhythm, a good narrative or that sets a mood and evokes emotions however and she is likely to be impressed. After all, poetry speaks to the spirit and Jenny is a spirit.
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The Road Not Taken
Ode To Autumn
Aedh Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven

Ian R Thorpe:

Measurless To Man
Kubla Khan, the unfinished poem by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, is something of a mystery to literary critics being not only unfinished but fragmented. The story told by Coleridge was that on waking from an opium induced dream he recalled a fantastic poem, but was interuppted by a visitor as he hurried to write it down and later could only recall fragments. The first stanza contains the lines "Where alph the sacred river ran / through caverns measureless to man /down to a sunless sea." I thought of this over the years, why was the river called Alph (or Aleph maybe,) the first letter of the ancient Aramaic alphabet? Alpha in Greek, the beginning? What did that signify? Then a medieval artist helped me out.

The Wisdom Of Crowds?
Silicon Valley internet technology billionaire nerds like to talk of The Wisdom Of Crowds because discouraging critical analysis of the internet crapware they sell us distracts us from privacy violations and benefits their bank balances. But is there such a thing as The Wisdom Of Crowds or is it just a corporate psy - op to help us believe they marketing hype?

Arianrhod Of Silver Dawn - Ian R Thorpe
After I posted "Maid of Paradise" an erotic fantasy in the style of the eighteenth century romantic poets a friend challenged me to do a set in the same sensual style. 'Maid' drew on Middle Eastern mythology while Aruanrhod is more Celtic but both are about transcendental love and the two cultures are quite closely related.

Songs Of Glory, Songs Of WarThere is only one justification for war and it is not to bring about regime change. If the western powers do not like a regime we should just refuse to do business with them.Songs Of Glory, Songs Of War was inspired by the lines In Wilfrid Owen's classic World War One poem Dulce Et Decorum Est that read ...

My MarkHow can we leave a permanent mark on the world, must our existence be doomed to oblivion withing a few generations? Statistics, Graphs and Hockey SticksA poem about the famous hocvkey stick graph and the science scam it was a frony for. Posted now as a valedictory celebration because US climate monitoring agncies NASA and NOAA have at last admitted the global average temperature has risen only marginally over the past few decades.

Sigmund Freud and the Devastation of CivilisationThe monologues of Ian Thorpe (use Ian R Thorpe in searches or you just get the Australian swimmer) are indictments of the politically correct bullshit that plagues modern life. Ian describes himself as a true liberal, a bohemian and an existentialist. Consequently he has as little time for touchy feely stuff as he has for the kind of people who tell him what he can or cannmot think. Freudian psychology is a pet hate.

A Chronicle Of Decay

July 2011 and western civilisation is in trouble. As academics and politicians try to oversimplfy the problem by identifying a single cause in reality many interrelated factors are at work. Not least of these is the fact that phychologists, sociologists and educationalists have built careers on making virtues of weakness and self indulgence. British poet Ian R. Thorpe lays it on the line in this hard hitting monologue. Poem text included.

Devil Raise Me From The GravePoets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as Mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police, the righteous hand wringers who would turn all of us into unthinking automatons, slaves of the all powerful state. In Devil Raise Me From The Grave a man looks back from middle age, yearing for the life he imagined would be his...

On The Imminent Marriage Of A Former LoverPoets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police. The fightback starts here. This poem is about feral passion and rule breaking sex in the well ordered world of suburbia.

The AspirationalThis poem is a hectic anti - materialim rant written with an insistent rhythm, in performance it is a poetic earworm. Another incitement to reject convention from a writer who should have been one of poetry's bad boys except that the Arts establishment Politically Correct Thought Police do not like bad boys or individuals now.

Statistics Graphs And Hockey SticksThe case for carbon driven anthropogenic global warming was made they said, the science was settled brandishing the infamously phoney "hockey stick graph. All that remained, our leaders said was tu let the scientists loose with unproven technologies and unforseeable consequences, let the politicians loose with unprecedented taxes to tax each journey and tax us when we sit at home and to let loose the billionaires to make markers in self indulgence andtrade carbon allowances. It was a scam, the science was not settled. 2000 years ago Cicero asked the Roman senate "Cui bono," who benefits. We should always ask they same when scientists and politicians tell us they are acting in the public good.Text only

From The DarknessA poem for the vernal equinox from Ian R. Thorpe's Eightfold Year set which celbrates the festivals and season of the North European pagan year. These nature poems concentrate on the rhythms of the natural cycle, birth, growth, maturity, decline, death and rebirth and relate them to the cycles of human life. From the darkness looks at the return of life to the landscape after the dark, cold days of winter. Text Only

PANTSSilly verse from the year 'Pants' was the fashionable word for saying something was no good

Abstract ExpressionismWe live in an age of plenty, when poverty is defined by not having the latest designer clothing or an internet enabled smartphone, there is a new, invisible kind of poverty. It can be seen in the faces of people who look affluent and well provided for, in the emptiness in their eyes. It is not poverty through lack of money but deprivation of those bonds of family and community that anchor us spiritually. Such separation can often lead to loneliness, isolation, depression and insanity, true poverty among material plenty as depicted in this story in verse based on a real event.Text only

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ANY POET IN A STORM New Poems from Greenteeth Writers
Fathers Day
Ian R Thorpe reflects on the commercialisation of parenthood and the real value of family life.

Atomic Verse
The science of atomic reactioons might leem like barren territory for a poet but Ian R Thorpe conjures some very interesting verse from it.

The Aspirational
This poem is a hectic anti - materialim rant written with an insistent rhythm, in performance it is a poetic earworm. Another incitement to reject convention from a writer who should have been one of poetry's bad boys except that the Arts establishment Politically Correct Thought Police do not like bad boys or individuals now.

On The Imminent Marriage Of A Former Lover
Poets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police. The fightback starts here. This poem is about feral passion and rule breaking sex in the well ordered world of suburbia.

Devil Raise Me From The Grave
Poets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as Mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police, the righteous hand wringers who would turn all of us into unthinking automatons, slaves of the all powerful state. In Devil Raise Me From The Grave a man looks back from middle age, yearing for the life he imagined would be his...

Statistics Graphs And Hockey Sticks
The case for carbon driven anthropogenic global warming was made they said, the science was settled brandishing the infamously phoney "hockey stick graph. All that remained, our leaders said was tu let the scientists loose with unproven technologies and unforseeable consequences, let the politicians loose with unprecedented taxes to tax each journey and tax us when we sit at home and to let loose the billionaires to make markers in self indulgence andtrade carbon allowances. It was a scam, the science was not settled. 2000 years ago Cicero asked the Roman senate "Cui bono," who benefits. We should always ask they same when scientists and politicians tell us they are acting in the public good. Text Only The Offcomer
A short verse reminding everyone to care for the birds in this current bout of "global warming" that has seen temperatures plunge to record lows in the coldest November and December on record.

From The Darkness
A poem for the vernal equinox from Ian R. Thorpe's Eightfold Year set which celbrates the festivals and season of the North European pagan year. These nature poems concentrate on the rhythms of the natural cycle, birth, growth, maturity, decline, death and rebirth and relate them to the cycles of human life. From the darkness looks at the return of life to the landscape after the dark, cold days of winter.

Abstract Expressionism
We live in an age of plenty, when poverty is defined by not having the latest designer clothing or an internet enabled smartphone, there is a new, invisible kind of poverty. It can be seen in the faces of people who look affluent and well provided for, in the emptiness in their eyes. It is not poverty through lack of money but deprivation of those bonds of family and community that anchor us spiritually. Such separation can often lead to loneliness, isolation, depression and insanity, true poverty among material plenty as depicted in this story in verse based on a real event.

After You
A hedonists denunciation of politically correct hypocrisy; a savage indictment of the self righteous, authoritarian, politically correct left by a lifelong anarchist who has rebelled against everything and is not yet ready to be told what he has to think or believe. by British poet Ian R Thorpe
A Pale Horse - poem Ian R Thorpe, music Brother Bastion
A poem of grief for a lover who might have taken her own life ... or a lament for a fantasy. Why was she hanged from a willow tree by a stream, what's important about the redness of her lips or the contrast of her back hair against the white linen? The rider on the pale horse is an obvious reference to the Bible but how can the sacrifice of the narrative voice let the woman live again. Those are just a few hints to help you unravel this mystical lyric with so many pagan flavours.
Love Like ChainsTo many people love is the thing that sets them free but to some it is a prison. This poem by English poet Ian R. Thorpe looks at how some women in particular are slaves to jealousy and wear their love like chains.

  • Ancient Rites - Guilty FeelingsAnybody who has never cheated has never been in love. Even if it is only a dream, a wish, a desire to be with someone else, if you look at your partner and see someone else's face. Quite simply the rules imposed on us only make most people unhappy. The only rule to be applied constantly for a happy partnership is "tolerate and forgive - we're all human." As for those constraints imposed by creed and convention, when the hormones speak, rules should all be suspended until chemical balance is restored. Armageddon - Ian R Thorpe

    2012? Who cares about Nostradamus, the Mayan calendar and Armageddon - its not the end of the world is it

    Ancient Lover - Janet Caldwell<

    > Janet's secret lover in this highly charged erotic poem seems to come from another time or another dimension maybe.

    On The Cusp - Helga Ross<

    > Ever felt a change was in the air. Helga certainly does in this poem

    Comic Verse Attack Of The Killer Trousers
    Have you ever noticed anything sinister about old men's trousers. You will after you read this funny poem.

    Hunny Pot
    Are Pooh and Piglet just toys who share the same toybox. The truth about their relationship is outed in this rather rude poem

    Where Did All The Money Go?
    Don't Call Him Ray - The Bear Paw
    Ode To Hazel Blears
    Pastor Penny
    The End Of Days

    SPOTLIGHT
    Lilith; Mother Of Women
    Three Secrets

    Our Friends Poems
    Small Packages Revealed Janet Caldwell wreites "Big things come in small packages ...

    Jane Air's Dating Diary
    Jane Air says: My dating diary will soon be available as an ebook or as a paperback.A cartoon blog to accompany the diary is already in progress online. There are around 23 cartoons in total. See the link above. Lots of literary inspirations for the dating diary including ...

    Snow (A Christmas and New Year poem) by Kate Burnside
    A Happy, HAPPY Christmas to you all! May you give and share the joys, wonders and peace of the season with everyone you meet. And stay warm and well and approach the New Year with confidence. Thank you for your on-going friendship, support and great encouragement and I look forward to what's ahead for each of us in 2011 - may it be GOOD!

    The Offcomer
    A short verse reminding everyone to care for the birds in this current bout of "global warming" that has seen temperatures plunge to record lows in the coldest November and December on record.

    At The End Of The Road
    poem by Linda Law

    How often have we wondered if we are at the end of the road in our lives?

    Borden He Who Lives Near the Boar's Den
    by Sage Sweetwater

    Smoke On The Water by Kate Burnside
    An experiment of three poems in one: one read across, two down. The really cool thing would be if all three poems had slightly different senses and meanings, but alas mine are pretty much the same!

    The Seaside by Jane Air
    A glimpse of circus dome
    To a giant ice cream cone
    Standing on ...

    Waiting, Waiting
    poem by C J Heck

    today
    the universe
    is coursing
    through ...

    Secrets in a Song by Janet Caldwell
    A poem form 5 Degrees Of Separation, her best selling book of biographical poetry.

    Contrast by Sage Sweetwater
    A highly erotic piece of flash fiction as to show differences, but metaphorical likenesses put side by side in opposition. It makes good poetry...

    Race For Life by Kate Burnside
    I returned at the weekend to my old stamping ground of Bath to take part in the 5K, all women, Race For Life organised as a national fundrasing event by Cancer Research UK. Both a privilege and a challenge to be involved, but my daughter and I came romping home in just under 38 minutes... here's to 10K next year!

    Love Of The SeeingA poem with a Universal theme by A Pax
    Holy City On budget day in the UK when the depth of the developed world's problems was brought home to us we remind you of Ian R. Thorpe's poem which he claims was the first to deal with the financial crisis in verse. The Making and Unmaking Dance
    The eternal dance of the seasons, of creation, destruction and recreation, celebrated here for the summer solstice in a poem with a pagan flavour by one of the most read poets on the world wide web.

    On The Good Ship Vaccination
    It seems to Sue B the healthcare industries, if we would but trust them, will one day find a vaccine to immunise us against every ailment, even death. A sardonically comic poem from this American poet

    After You Ian R Thorpe asks what will be left of our culture when the Thought Police have completed their experiments in social engineering.

    Beginning Monday The Church Be Landmarked
    Another poem of lesbian love, rebellion and rejection of mainstream values from Sage Sweetwater

    New Beginnings - Her Soul Mate Appears
    Paert 15 of Tink's Abandoned Life Autobiography, part poetry, part prose (his one is a poem)

    Broken Hearted Survivors Sonnet
    Nordette Adams Flexing poetry muscles with sonnet poetry form on traditional love theme.

    Past Masters

    Our lastest development is the library of all time greats of poetry. Check Here for the lastest additions to this category.


    RECOMMENDED READING

    ANY POET IN A STORM New Poems from Greenteeth Writers
    Fathers Day
    Ian R Thorpe reflects on the commercialisation of parenthood and the real value of family life.

    Atomic Verse
    The science of atomic reactioons might leem like barren territory for a poet but Ian R Thorpe conjures some very interesting verse from it.

    The Aspirational
    This poem is a hectic anti - materialim rant written with an insistent rhythm, in performance it is a poetic earworm. Another incitement to reject convention from a writer who should have been one of poetry's bad boys except that the Arts establishment Politically Correct Thought Police do not like bad boys or individuals now.

    On The Imminent Marriage Of A Former Lover
    Poets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police. The fightback starts here. This poem is about feral passion and rule breaking sex in the well ordered world of suburbia.

    Devil Raise Me From The Grave
    Poets and writers used to be hedonists, Byron was described as Mad, bad and dangerous to know, Coleridge was a drug addict, Dylan Thomas a hellraising drunk many other were prodigious drinkers, shaggers, promiscuous homosexuals and compuslive gambers. More recently however poetry and literatute like so much of cultural life has been hijacked by The Politically Correct Thought Police, the righteous hand wringers who would turn all of us into unthinking automatons, slaves of the all powerful state. In Devil Raise Me From The Grave a man looks back from middle age, yearing for the life he imagined would be his...

    Statistics Graphs And Hockey Sticks
    The case for carbon driven anthropogenic global warming was made they said, the science was settled brandishing the infamously phoney "hockey stick graph. All that remained, our leaders said was tu let the scientists loose with unproven technologies and unforseeable consequences, let the politicians loose with unprecedented taxes to tax each journey and tax us when we sit at home and to let loose the billionaires to make markers in self indulgence andtrade carbon allowances. It was a scam, the science was not settled. 2000 years ago Cicero asked the Roman senate "Cui bono," who benefits. We should always ask they same when scientists and politicians tell us they are acting in the public good. Text Only The Offcomer
    A short verse reminding everyone to care for the birds in this current bout of "global warming" that has seen temperatures plunge to record lows in the coldest November and December on record.

    From The Darkness
    A poem for the vernal equinox from Ian R. Thorpe's Eightfold Year set which celbrates the festivals and season of the North European pagan year. These nature poems concentrate on the rhythms of the natural cycle, birth, growth, maturity, decline, death and rebirth and relate them to the cycles of human life. From the darkness looks at the return of life to the landscape after the dark, cold days of winter.

    Abstract Expressionism
    We live in an age of plenty, when poverty is defined by not having the latest designer clothing or an internet enabled smartphone, there is a new, invisible kind of poverty. It can be seen in the faces of people who look affluent and well provided for, in the emptiness in their eyes. It is not poverty through lack of money but deprivation of those bonds of family and community that anchor us spiritually. Such separation can often lead to loneliness, isolation, depression and insanity, true poverty among material plenty as depicted in this story in verse based on a real event.

    After You
    A hedonists denunciation of politically correct hypocrisy; a savage indictment of the self righteous, authoritarian, politically correct left by a lifelong anarchist who has rebelled against everything and is not yet ready to be told what he has to think or believe. by British poet Ian R Thorpe
    A Pale Horse - poem Ian R Thorpe, music Brother Bastion
    A poem of grief for a lover who might have taken her own life ... or a lament for a fantasy. Why was she hanged from a willow tree by a stream, what's important about the redness of her lips or the contrast of her back hair against the white linen? The rider on the pale horse is an obvious reference to the Bible but how can the sacrifice of the narrative voice let the woman live again. Those are just a few hints to help you unravel this mystical lyric with so many pagan flavours.
    Love Like ChainsTo many people love is the thing that sets them free but to some it is a prison. This poem by English poet Ian R. Thorpe looks at how some women in particular are slaves to jealousy and wear their love like chains.

  • Ancient Rites - Guilty FeelingsAnybody who has never cheated has never been in love. Even if it is only a dream, a wish, a desire to be with someone else, if you look at your partner and see someone else's face. Quite simply the rules imposed on us only make most people unhappy. The only rule to be applied constantly for a happy partnership is "tolerate and forgive - we're all human." As for those constraints imposed by creed and convention, when the hormones speak, rules should all be suspended until chemical balance is restored. Armageddon - Ian R Thorpe

    2012? Who cares about Nostradamus, the Mayan calendar and Armageddon - its not the end of the world is it

    Ancient Lover - Janet Caldwell<

    > Janet's secret lover in this highly charged erotic poem seems to come from another time or another dimension maybe.

    On The Cusp - Helga Ross<

    > Ever felt a change was in the air. Helga certainly does in this poem

    Comic Verse Attack Of The Killer Trousers
    Have you ever noticed anything sinister about old men's trousers. You will after you read this funny poem.

    Hunny Pot
    Are Pooh and Piglet just toys who share the same toybox. The truth about their relationship is outed in this rather rude poem

    Where Did All The Money Go?
    Don't Call Him Ray - The Bear Paw
    Ode To Hazel Blears
    Pastor Penny
    The End Of Days

    SPOTLIGHT
    Lilith; Mother Of Women
    Three Secrets

    Our Friends Poems
    Small Packages Revealed Janet Caldwell wreites "Big things come in small packages ...

    Jane Air's Dating Diary
    Jane Air says: My dating diary will soon be available as an ebook or as a paperback.A cartoon blog to accompany the diary is already in progress online. There are around 23 cartoons in total. See the link above. Lots of literary inspirations for the dating diary including ...

    Snow (A Christmas and New Year poem) by Kate Burnside
    A Happy, HAPPY Christmas to you all! May you give and share the joys, wonders and peace of the season with everyone you meet. And stay warm and well and approach the New Year with confidence. Thank you for your on-going friendship, support and great encouragement and I look forward to what's ahead for each of us in 2011 - may it be GOOD!

    The Offcomer
    A short verse reminding everyone to care for the birds in this current bout of "global warming" that has seen temperatures plunge to record lows in the coldest November and December on record.

    At The End Of The Road
    poem by Linda Law

    How often have we wondered if we are at the end of the road in our lives?

    Borden He Who Lives Near the Boar's Den
    by Sage Sweetwater

    Smoke On The Water by Kate Burnside
    An experiment of three poems in one: one read across, two down. The really cool thing would be if all three poems had slightly different senses and meanings, but alas mine are pretty much the same!

    The Seaside by Jane Air
    A glimpse of circus dome
    To a giant ice cream cone
    Standing on ...

    Waiting, Waiting
    poem by C J Heck

    today
    the universe
    is coursing
    through ...

    Secrets in a Song by Janet Caldwell
    A poem form 5 Degrees Of Separation, her best selling book of biographical poetry.

    Contrast by Sage Sweetwater
    A highly erotic piece of flash fiction as to show differences, but metaphorical likenesses put side by side in opposition. It makes good poetry...

    Race For Life by Kate Burnside
    I returned at the weekend to my old stamping ground of Bath to take part in the 5K, all women, Race For Life organised as a national fundrasing event by Cancer Research UK. Both a privilege and a challenge to be involved, but my daughter and I came romping home in just under 38 minutes... here's to 10K next year!

    Love Of The SeeingA poem with a Universal theme by A Pax
    Holy City On budget day in the UK when the depth of the developed world's problems was brought home to us we remind you of Ian R. Thorpe's poem which he claims was the first to deal with the financial crisis in verse. The Making and Unmaking Dance
    The eternal dance of the seasons, of creation, destruction and recreation, celebrated here for the summer solstice in a poem with a pagan flavour by one of the most read poets on the world wide web.

    On The Good Ship Vaccination
    It seems to Sue B the healthcare industries, if we would but trust them, will one day find a vaccine to immunise us against every ailment, even death. A sardonically comic poem from this American poet

    After You Ian R Thorpe asks what will be left of our culture when the Thought Police have completed their experiments in social engineering.

    Beginning Monday The Church Be Landmarked
    Another poem of lesbian love, rebellion and rejection of mainstream values from Sage Sweetwater

    New Beginnings - Her Soul Mate Appears
    Paert 15 of Tink's Abandoned Life Autobiography, part poetry, part prose (his one is a poem)

    Broken Hearted Survivors Sonnet
    Nordette Adams Flexing poetry muscles with sonnet poetry form on traditional love theme.

    Past Masters

    Our lastest development is the library of all time greats of poetry. Check Here for the lastest additions to this category.

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