Occupational Hazards

Occupational Hazards[Read] ➹ Occupational Hazards ➵ Mayo Martin – Bluevapours.co.uk Selection of poems by journalist and arts writer Mayo Martin that are funny and absurd, tender and sombre, and always bristling with the restless energy of the curious Selection of poems by journalist and arts writer Mayo Martin that are funny and absurd, tender and sombre, and always bristling with the restless energy of the curious.

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Occupational Hazards book, this is one of the most wanted Mayo Martin author readers around the world.

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  • Paperback
  • 73 pages
  • Occupational Hazards
  • Mayo Martin
  • English
  • 09 March 2019

10 thoughts on “Occupational Hazards

  1. Daryl says:

    review of Occupational Hazards , written for the Quarterly Literary Review Singapore review of Occupational Hazards , written for the Quarterly Literary Review Singapore

  2. Jee Koh says:

    Many charming poems in this collection,than one has the right to expect from a debut Martin is an accomplished writer in prose, and this foray into verse brings a serious whimsy into the rather monotonous world of new Singapore poetry The topics are heavy colonialism, war, atrocities but they are handled with a lightness of touch and a surreal wit A Lesson in Music According to Filipinos is a terrific poem The longer poems sometimes puzzle with their imaginative leaps I hope Martin Many charming poems in this collection,than one has the right to expect from a debut Martin is an accomplished writer in prose, and this foray into verse brings a serious whimsy into the rather monotonous world of new Singapore poetry The topics are heavy colonialism, war, atrocities but they are handled with a lightness of touch and a surreal wit A Lesson in Music According to Filipinos is a terrific poem The longer poems sometimes puzzle with their imaginative leaps I hope Martin writes another book

  3. Guan You says:

    Mishmashed mess with no material.

  4. mm says:

    Mayo s poems move from one story to another from fables to the absurd to the slums of Manila to the stage of the Lincoln Centre 1975 s GiselleWitnessed the first pairing of Mikhail BaryshnikovAnd Gelsey Kirkland The ballerina had switchedCompanies to be with her loved oneWho, in turn, eventually left her In an interview,She recalled how it felt like being thrown aroundLike a doll but she just couldn t bring herself to let go.Dancing became meaningless, she said,If one dances alone Mayo s poems move from one story to another from fables to the absurd to the slums of Manila to the stage of the Lincoln Centre 1975 s GiselleWitnessed the first pairing of Mikhail BaryshnikovAnd Gelsey Kirkland The ballerina had switchedCompanies to be with her loved oneWho, in turn, eventually left her In an interview,She recalled how it felt like being thrown aroundLike a doll but she just couldn t bring herself to let go.Dancing became meaningless, she said,If one dances alone She endured everything,Became anorexic and took to drugs Her bodyShriveled up from a love spurned, a loveThat was an accident waiting to happen I enjoyed them all

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