polemical poetry to prickle the politics of "permanent austerity"
thistles stretch their prickly arms afar
one flag every twenty-five participants
wear white-smart-shirts dont media
minister (monster) for london askin
whether its "appropriate" to hold notting hill
carnival in "proximity of a major national disaster"
carnival more than ever, grenfell beat no beaten
genst those carnivores bonfire ov redtape
get on the road, get on that road
jouvert jouvert jouvert
Sean Burn’s last two full-length collections of poetry are both in print: dante in the laundrette (Smokestack Press, 2012) and is that a bruise or a tattoo? (Shearsman Press, 2013).
goves portfolio is yeast, jeremy hunts diversifies from wetwipe to crutch-kicking
& nhs patient empowerment division talks ov renewable energy from patients
- we burn & how!
criminology lecturers run reading lists past prevent
"in case there was anything too critical"
an unknown haze irritates the sussex chalk cliffs
up to fifty people complaining near birling gap
police tweet clarification into this chemikaze
they dont believe france is to blame