Guest Poet

Delighted to be able to host a poem from a “guest” poet here.

Really would be happy to hear what you think of it:

I don’t recognise this landscape anymore,
It feels like Genesis perhaps.
So much water wearing away the fabric of our life,
With no real place to go.
I can’t see this countryside at the moment,
Hidden under mirrored layers.
Rivers like roads,
Leading up to back doors.
Two by two we go?
The world is created anew.
Collect up mothers bones, stones to start it all again.
We should take care how we go from here,
In case this recent outpouring is a Revelation instead…


One response to this post.

  1. Thanks to everyone who has been here and liked this post, much appreciated, by me and the actual poet.


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