All posts tagged poem
into a library of toxins enter the hole-heart boy on a guanine dice-roll or a meiotic card-shuffle or god’s fingers poking a womb “don’t we have it lucky?” […]
Centimetre by centimetre You opened up a hole in me At the start I barely noticed Until I Was standing at the airport gate Too early leaving you behind And […]
You snuffed out your cigarette With a cruel stamp Of your twisted foot. The ash spilled out, Out into silence Where air and sweat Mingled with the dying light. […]
Love is complicated; ‘Love & Misadventure’ is not. In my opinion, it takes skill to capture such a nuanced experience so well when using such simple, plaintive prose.
Adulthood. This is Adulthood. This is a central line train to the end of your life. Change here for a career, or the motherhood line. Please mind the gap between […]
I keep thinking how strange it is, That when we’re dead and long gone Our memory will live. In paper and words and stories we tell our kids. Who will […]
“The child defeated the mother screaming…” Read the anonymous submission by Joan of Arc. The shoes on your feet were a choice we made, You flew, you surpassed; you […]