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This Side of Triumph
By Ethan Taylor

Series Description:

"And the stars ran like battlements

Against the day’s shipwrecked men

Who beat their eyes with love and promise

Of a time they could drown in the rain."

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Poetry and musings on where and when we are and how we can find a future to live in.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Ethan Taylor:

Ethan has had poetry published in both online and hardcopy literary magazines including: Exfic, The Poetry Shed, Message In A Bottle, Lighten Up Online, Peeking Cat, Snowglobe Poetry and Snakeskin.

He is also a playwright and his plays, The Old Friend (2015) and Taking An Age (2016), ran in London to five-star reviews and critical acclaim. His third full-length play, The Calm, ran at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as at The Bute Theatre, Cardiff and The London Theatre, New Cross.







Series Description:

"And the stars ran like battlements

Against the day’s shipwrecked men

Who beat their eyes with love and promise

Of a time they could drown in the rain."

.

Poetry and musings on where and when we are and how we can find a future to live in.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Ethan Taylor:

Ethan has had poetry published in both online and hardcopy literary magazines including: Exfic, The Poetry Shed, Message In A Bottle, Lighten Up Online, Peeking Cat, Snowglobe Poetry and Snakeskin.

He is also a playwright and his plays, The Old Friend (2015) and Taking An Age (2016), ran in London to five-star reviews and critical acclaim. His third full-length play, The Calm, ran at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as well as at The Bute Theatre, Cardiff and The London Theatre, New Cross.