Here are some poems you can read online where they were originally published.
Just click on the underlined name of the poem.

Somerset Soundtrack  (Won first prize in the Spelt Poetry Competition 2021)

Egg time (a winner in the Poetry Society member’s competition Winter 2020)

Calling out the fathoms (Atrium Poetry)

Host (Words for the Wild)

Slow Movement (London Grip)

The Order of the Holy Paraclete moves next door (Atrium Poetry)

Uncle Hagop in Stratford-upon-Avon (Atrium Poetry)

Moon Mother (Ink Sweat and Tears)

Morning (As Above, So Below issue 1 page 11.)

Father Tree (As Above, So Below issue 3 page 21.)

“Another momentous experience was hearing Richard Burton reading Dylan Thomas’s ‘Under Milkwood’. Perhaps I never experimented with psychedelic drugs because I knew where to get my fix — through language like this.”
Sarah Mnatzaganian gives The Friday Poem a tour of her bookshelf.  Click on the photo to read this article.
‘The winning poem took my breath away with its rhythmic energy and immediacy of drawing us in. We are ferried along at a pace intuited with touch and sound, vivid imagery and right up the minute contemporary life equally balanced with the ecology of the countryside. A fantastic poem.’ 
Spelt Poetry Competition judge Maggie Harris September 2021