Everyday Poems

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For all those poems dealing with daily life, and to be honest all those which don’t fit anywhere else.

        Poems about Modern Living:

Aerialatrix

And now, Here is the News

April Howlers

A-wub-duh-dree-furr

Bankrupt Holiday

Basecamp

Baubles

Bread Stick

Bunting in the Rain

Chrissie Cards

Christmas Crackered

Con Spiracy

December the First

Dramatic Tension

Dry January

Fear & Statistics

Footloose

Foot Mittens

Forever Second Place in a Beauty Contest

A Friend in Blend

A Great British Tradition

Gulls & Marks

Harvest Traffic

How Men Part

I Want to Believe

“I want to say one word to you, Benjamin, just one word…”

Insomnia

It’s All Good Stuff

January the Sixth

Keydom

The Knobs Turn Both Ways

Last Train to Nowhere

Lightfast

Like Rain…

Lockdown Locks

Mist Connection

Moving the Goalposts

Newzak

Noughts & Crosses

Ode to Laze

Out of Lock

Overwhelmed by Subtlety

Pencil on a String

Pens Down

Pretenders

The Price of Knowledge

Pro Crastinator

The Providence Plot

Quantums

Regulation Jollity

Resolutions

Robinless Rounds

The Root of Necessary Evil

Saint Random’s Day

The Selfie-Stick

Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda, Buddha

Shower Song

Silent Night

So Many Locks, So Few Keys

Starve the Addiction

Suburban Spruces

Too Many Mugs

Unclip the Capo

        Poems about Suburbia:

All the Best Tunes

Any Colour You Like, as Long as it’s Charcoal

April Smarts

Auto-Desire

Autumn Layers

Ba-Bump in the Night

Brolly Dolly

Brownfield

Butterfly Bushwhacked

Cherry-Picking

Christmas Bells

Crimbo in Limbo

Cucumber Time

Downpour

Endless Rolling Fields

Every Sunday

The 1st Day of Autumn

Five Strangers Among Us

Foxing Day

Hairshirts


The Haunted Schoolyard

Hide

Hipster Moi

Inbetween-Rain

The Last Post

Leftover Sprouts

The Long Game

Night Atmos

Night of the Restful Dead

Pocket Forecourts

Pollarding

Purple in May

The Second Week of January

Summer Block

Urban Selection

Whatever the Sconces, they all take the same Candles

Where the Hounds Lie Low

        Poems about Work:

Administralia

Ascii 112

Auto-Desire

Commuter Without Portfolio

Déjà Fait

Disposable Income

Equality

Fingerfluffs

Flexi-Time

Flying the Flag

The Gravity Pin

International Women’s Day

It’s Probably Important

January, January

Longhold Tenancy

Makeworking

The Merchantman Shanty

One Size Fails All

Plough Monday

The Price of Knowledge

The Registrar

Stagehand Biog

Sudden Death

The Travelcard Shuffle

Two Minutes Silence

Unbusyness

Unravelled

Wish I Were There

Work is my Sunscreen