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61. 1961. CHARM FOR MARTHA 1961. CHARM FOR MARTHA WHO is three? One sheet, 26 x 11 cm. Printed on blue tissue paper. Other copies were printed on various colours with blue or green predominating. For Martha Fleming.

62. 1988. O NOR SHALL DEATH'S TEXT 1988. O NOR SHALL DEATH'S TEXT O Nor shall death's text ever skew present rubric to prove you Death--Poetry One sheet, 26 x 13 cm. The title is printed, in red, in a circle around a wood engraving of the tail of a humpback whale protruding from waves. Christmas 1988 & The New Year 1989.

63. 1976. SHINER 1976. SHINER NOW on black sand a dented One sheet, 26 x 15 cm. With two wood engravings: a fish, in deep turquoise, between the title and the poem; an abstract swirl, in olive, between the poem and the colophon. The title and colophon are printed in indigo. Christmas 1976.

64. 1962. VISION & MYSTERY 1962. VISION & MYSTERY O DARK as honey, as ebony, as hessian or amber One sheet, 26 x 19 cm. The colophon is printed in red.

65. 1973. LOVE LETTER 1973. LOVE LETTER STILL sheathed in ardour, Sweetheart, in this night Love poetry One sheet, 27 x 18 cm. With one wood engraving of the initial letter S, in gold, and a flower, in purple, to the left of the poem. The title and colophon are printed in red. Saint Valentine's Day 1973.

66. 2000. AMANDA IMMORTAL; MORNING STAR 2000. AMANDA IMMORTAL; MORNING STAR AMANDA IMMORTAL: She lay and watched the sun; MORNING STAR: Instant in the ingot One sheet, 28 x 30 cm. Titles of poems are both in upper case, in red. Poems are printed in black to the left and right of a central floral design on which they are partially superimposed. At the foot of the page is the colophon in red. Christmas 2000. The device on this broadside is from the font 'Printer's Ornaments One'.

67. 2001. INCARNATE 2001. INCARNATE Death shall come in vain Death--Poetry One sheet, 28 x 30 cm. Title of poem is in upper case, in red. Poem is printed in black. Immediately below is a stylized aster ornament forming a square. The whole is surrounded by a rectangular border consisting of squares with a design resembling four anchors joined at the centre, blocked alternately in coral and violet. St. Valentine's Day 2001. The central ornament is from 'Printers' Ornaments Two'. The border ornament is from 'Beautiful Ornaments Three'.

68. 2001. AUBADE 2001. AUBADE Between the opened terrace doors, correct One sheet, 28 x 30 cm.Title of poem is printed in upper case, in burgundy. Poem is printed in black. Immediately below the poem is 'RICHARD OUTRAM', in peacock blue, with a horizontal erasure-mark through it and below it, hand-written, the name 'Richard'. Above the poem's title is a square, blocked in orange; within which is a Moebius strip design blocked in relief; and in eack corner of the square is a tiny square, blocked in relief. The ornament is from the font 'Rennie Mackintosh Ornaments'.

69. 1981. ROUND OF LIFE 1981. ROUND OF LIFE LET US the fruit of Love's pursuit Eggs--Poetry One sheet, 31 x 14 cm, with one fold between the engraving and the poem, as issued. With one wood engraving, in red, of an abstract dove within an ovoid. The colophon is printed in red. Christmas 1981.

70. 1987. LEST 1987. LEST You are come One sheet, 31 x 16 cm, with one fold below the poem, as issued. With one wood engraving of a day lily, in black. The title and the poem are printed in red. Christmas 1987 and The New Year 1988.

71. 1970. UNDER OTHER MOONS 1970. UNDER OTHER MOONS SAID Cecropia One sheet, 36 x 16 cm, with one fold between the engraving and the poem, as issued. With one wood engraving of a Cecropia moth and two moons, in olive, between the title and the poem. The title and colophon are printed in indigo. Christmas 1970.

72. 1969. FOR ALL CREATION IS DIVINE ENTIRE 1969. FOR ALL CREATION IS DIVINE ENTIRE THAT GOD imagining whales Whales--Poetry One sheet, 37 x 20 cm, untrimmed, with single folds above the title and below the lower engraving, as issued. With two wood engravings, in indigo: a sunburst above the title; a shoreline profile below the poem. The title and colophon are printed in red. Christmas 1969.

73. 1971. SEAL DREAM 1971. SEAL DREAM IF ONLY EROS could invent Seals--Poetry One sheet, 38 x 15 cm, with single folds between the upper engraving and the poem and above the colophon, as issued. With two wood engravings, in indigo: a seal and waves, above the poem, and a shoreline profile, below the poem. The colophon is printed in red. Saint Valentine's Day 1971.

74. 1965. OPHELIA ILLUMINED 1965. OPHELIA ILLUMINED SIR, she is crouched One sheet, 38 x 16 cm, with single folds above and below the poem, as issued. With two wood engravings, in red; three fish circling a flaming sun with cruciform, above the poem; a stylized phoenix, below the poem. The colophon is printed in red. Christmas 1965.

75. 1976. COVENANT 1976. COVENANT IF NOTHING was discerned to flesh the bone One sheet, 40 x 15 cm, with one fold below the lower engraving, as issued. With two wood engravings of three flowers, in red, above and below the poem. The colophon is printed in red. Saint Valentine's Day 1976.

76. 1975. PSYCHE TO EROS 1975. PSYCHE TO EROS OR AFTER, in the brilliant, silenced host One sheet, 40 x 15 cm, with one fold below the poem, as issued. With one wood engraving of a dahlia, in gold, between the title and the poem. The title, poem, and colophon are printed in red. Saint Valentine's Day 1975.

77. 1974. LACKING ICHOR 1974. LACKING ICHOR AMPHIBIOUS, at least, in that we cling One sheet, 40 x 18 cm, with one fold between the poem and the engraving, as issued. With one wood engraving of a rose, in gold, below the poem. The title is printed in red. Saint Valentine's Day 1974.

78. 1968. ERROR IN MIRROR IN ERROR 1968. ERROR IN MIRROR IN ERROR THEN let him glance sideways One sheet, 40 x 20 cm, untrimmed, with single folds above the title and between the poem and the colophon, as issued. With two wood engravings: a lion and sun, in vermilion, above the poem; a trefoil leaf, in indigo, below the poem. The colophon is printed in red. Christmas 1968.

79. 1967. MERMAID WAITING 1967. MERMAID WAITING THOUGH I was constantly caressed Mermaids--Poetry One sheet, 40 x 20 cm, with single folds between the upper engraving and the title, between the poem and the lower engraving, and above the colophon, as issued. With two wood engravings: a sunrise over water, in vermilion, above the title; a mermaid, in blue, below the poem. Christmas 1967.

80. 1982. SOPHIA 1982. SOPHIA When the Rose sun set One sheet, 40 x 20 cm., folded twice, 20 x 10 cm. With two wood engravings: an abstract sun and flames, in purple, opposite the poem; an abstract swirl, in red, below the poem. The half title, title, and colophon are printed in red. A single ampersand, in red, is printed between the verses. Bound in purple and brown marbled wrappers. Blue pastedown with brown free endpapers. Christmas 1982.
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