From alien abduction to seeing an archangel in Lidl, from problems parking in London to troublesome shooting stars. This slim volume of verse by Brian Luff will leave you wondering if it is possible to use a poem to boil an egg and whether poets really are only as good as the type of hats they wear. 90 pages. Paperback.
Brian Luff’s collection of poems, both humorous and serious, about life in London and life in general. From a romantic Ode to the North Circular Road, to a cautionary tale about recklessly driven baby buggies. From loss of innocence, to a hapless rant about the problems of having a racehorse living in the flat upstairs. If speed bumps are slowly destroying your car and you’ve just had your smartphone nicked by a kid on a moped, there’s probably something for you in this odd little book. 70 pages. Paperback.