Pirouette – a poem by Cynthia Pitman

Pirouette Don’t sing me your songs of slow-melting scrimshaw of time found uncounted of rain-draining clouds of wind-flown sky-falls of drowning the desert of vanishing points that won’t go away. Don’t tell me your stories of rock salt sleigh bells of winds that won’t blow of microscopes sliding of far-flung highways of slow-slung snow globes […]

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Effigy – a poem by Kate Garrett

Effigy Smoke-cocooned in the sacral end of the year outside the back door swaying in time to the ale in my glass I loop my cigarette in the path of fire-blossoms unfurling across the almost-winter sky friends have drifted home to sleep and dream of revolutions alone in the rain-smouldered night ancestral memories awaken this […]

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