Harold Pinter
After Lunch by Harold Pinter

After Lunch by Harold Pinter

And after noon the well-dressed creatures come To sniff among the dead And have their lunchAnd all the many well-dressed creatures pluckThe swollen avocados from the dust And stir ...

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Cancer Cells by Harold Pinter

Cancer Cells by Harold Pinter

'Cancer cells are those which have forgotten how to die' - nurse, Royal Marsden hospitalThey have forgotten how to dieAnd so extend their killing life.I and my tumour dearly ...

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The Old Days by Harold Pinter

The Old Days by Harold Pinter

Well, there was no problem. All the democracies (all the democracies) were behind us. So we had to kill some people. So what? Lefties get killed. This is what we used to ...

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Poem by Harold Pinter

Poem by Harold Pinter

The lights glow. What will happen next? Night has fallen. The rain stops. What will happen next?Night will deepen. He does not know What I will say to him.When he has gone I'll ...

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Don’T Look… by Harold Pinter

Don’T Look… by Harold Pinter

Don't look.The world's about to break.Don't look.The world's about to chuck out all its lightand stuff us in the chokepit of its dark,That black and fat suffocated placeWhere we ...

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Restaurant by Harold Pinter

Restaurant by Harold Pinter

No, you're wrong.Everyone is as beautiful as they can possibly beParticularly at lunch in a laughing restaurantEveryone is as beautiful as they can possibly beAnd they are moved ...

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Message by Harold Pinter

Message by Harold Pinter

Jill. Fred phoned. He can't make tonight.He said he'd call again, as soon as poss.I said (on your behalf) OK, no sweat.He said to tell you he was fine,Only the crap, he said, you ...

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The Ventriloquists by Harold Pinter

The Ventriloquists by Harold Pinter

I send my voice into your mouthYou return the complimentI am the Count of CannizzaroYou are Her Royal Highness the Princess AugustaI am the thaumaturgic chainYou hold the opera ...

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I Saw Len Hutton In His Prime… by Harold Pinter

I Saw Len Hutton In His Prime… by Harold Pinter

I saw Len Hutton in his primeAnother time another time

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God by Harold Pinter

God by Harold Pinter

God looked into his secret heart to find a word To bless the living throng below.But look and look as he might do And begging ghosts to live again But hearing no song in that room ...

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God Bless America by Harold Pinter

God Bless America by Harold Pinter

Here they go again, The Yanks in their armoured parade Chanting their ballads of joy As they gallop across the big world Praising America's God. The gutters are clogged with the ...

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He by Harold Pinter

He by Harold Pinter

That you did barter And consort with her. That you did ash The fire at her departure. That you did enter Where I was unechoed. That you did venture Where I was a stranger.

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Romantic Ireland by Harold Pinter

Romantic Ireland by Harold Pinter

The three whales of Aran Humped in the sun's teeth, Make tough bargain with the cuff And statement of the sea.

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Lust by Harold Pinter

Lust by Harold Pinter

There is a dark soundWhich grows on the hillYou turn from the lightWhich lights the black wall.Black shadows are runningAcross the pink hillThey grin as they sweatThey beat the ...

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Laughter by Harold Pinter

Laughter by Harold Pinter

Laughter dies out but is never deadLaughter lies out the back of its headLaughter laughs at what is never saidIt trills and squeals and swills in your headIt trills and squeals in ...

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Paris by Harold Pinter

Paris by Harold Pinter

The curtain white in folds,She walks two steps and turns,The curtain still, the lightStaggers in her eyes.The lamps are golden.Afternoon leans, silently.She dances in my life.The ...

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I know the place by Harold Pinter

I know the place by Harold Pinter

I know the place.It is true.Everything we doCorrects the spaceBetween death and meAnd you."

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Weather Forecast by Harold Pinter

Weather Forecast by Harold Pinter

The day will get off to a cloudy start. It will be quite chilly But as the day progresses The sun will come out And the afternoon will be dry and warm.In the evening the moon will ...

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Meeting by Harold Pinter

Meeting by Harold Pinter

It is the dead of night, The long dead look out towards The new dead Walking towards themThere is a soft heartbeatAs the dead embraceThose who are long deadAnd those of the new ...

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Death May Be Ageing by Harold Pinter

Death May Be Ageing by Harold Pinter

Death may be ageingBut he still has cloutBut death disarms youWith his limpid lightAnd he's so craftyThat you don't know at allWhere he awaits youTo seduce your willAnd to strip ...

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Ghost by Harold Pinter

Ghost by Harold Pinter

I felt soft fingers at my throat It seemed someone was strangling me The lips were hard as they were sweetIt seemed someone was kissing me My vital bones about to crack I gaped ...

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The Islands of Aran Seen from the Moher Cliffs by Harold Pinter

The Islands of Aran Seen from the Moher Cliffs by Harold Pinter

The three whales of Aran Humped in the sun's teeth, Make tough bargain with the cuff And statement Of the sea. I stand on Moher, the cliffs Like coalvaults, see Aran In ...

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It Is Here by Harold Pinter

It Is Here by Harold Pinter

What sound was that?I turn away, into the shaking room. What was that sound that came in on the dark? What is this maze of light it leaves us in? What is this stance we take, To ...

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The Bombs by Harold Pinter

The Bombs by Harold Pinter

There are no more words to be said All we have left are the bombs Which burst out of our head All that is left are the bombs Which suck out the last of our blood All we have left ...

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To My Wife by Harold Pinter

To My Wife by Harold Pinter

I was dead and now I liveYou took my handI blindly diedYou took my handYou watched me dieAnd found my lifeYou were my lifeWhen I was deadYou are my lifeAnd so I live

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