Poems

Book

Geoff Lemon – Sunblind (full manuscript, Word document version)

 

Audio tracks

Free Boat Ride for Three

Three Things Are Certain

The Popular Culture Cup

Gutter Run

8 Responses to Poems

  1. Isabel Doyle says:

    Really enjoyed reading thanks Geoff. Saw a whole world of young men in your 6th Street, including one who calls me mum … and yes first impressions are so misleading, but safe and easy and like a first edit of life?

  2. Swampy says:

    Would love to have read/listened to these but they don’t load. Thought your Da Vinci poem on Wordplay site was brilliant and if you don’t mind I’ll be sharing it with lots of people via hyperlink.

  3. tina says:

    Hey Geoff : ) I love your writing, you are a proper artist with a pen/ keyboard.
    Where can I get hold of a copy of your book ‘sunblind’? I did a brief search, found it on fishpond.com.au, but alas, out of stock! I noticed Picaro Press does not appear to have it available either.
    best,
    tina

    • geoff lemon says:

      Thank-you, Tina. Might be some in a few bookshops in Melbourne still, but I’d say the easiest way is probably email me and sort out a bank transfer/postage thing. There are only about ten copies left that I’m sure of, because I have them at home. Just email heathenscripture at gmail dot com. I warn you though, it’s poetry/short fiction, not HS stuff :)

      Thanks for your interest.

  4. Clare Quirk says:

    Hello there Geoff Lemon. So, I am trying to read and/or listen to any of your poetry, but every time I do this, I get the “page not found” error. Is this just some shit-arse iPhone anti-adobe-flash thing, or are you simply being a tease?

    • geoff lemon says:

      That’s because the site died a while ago, and took all the content with it, and I’ve been too busy to reanimate it. So the links are dead. But, it will reanimate when I move it back to http://www.heathenscripture.com, which might even be in the next couple of weeks. Maybe. Unless someone wants to do it for me.

      • Clare Quirk says:

        “Reanimate” does sound a little bit like the zombie apocalypse, but I’ll look forward to the day when you’re less busy and the site gets “reanimated”. May a million computer nerds skip to your assistance.

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