Almanac Poetry: Bob Craig’s Funeral

In this Tuesday’s poem, Kevin Densley recalls a small, particularly sad funeral he attended (the real name of the deceased has been changed), many years ago, where a notable local sportsman gave a memorable eulogy.

Almanac Poetry: Ode to Cigarettes Past

In this week’s poem, reformed smoker Kevin Densley looks back on the “golden age” of cigarettes. One issue for readers to decide is how firmly his tongue is in his cheek!