'The Invigilator', a new poem by Simon Armitage

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August 2014, no. 363

'The Invigilator', a new poem by Simon Armitage

Reviewed by
August 2014, no. 363

A quiet night in the square,
taxis parked with their side-lights on
and engines cut, drivers
muttering under a fuzzy streetlamp.
A stray dog considers an old milk carton.

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