Tag: blossom

A month’s menagerie

Ist poem of April for the Imaginary Garden

Wild and white

today I’ll write about white after all it is April and the wild cherries are making preparations there’ll be a spread of summer jam bleached damask tablecloths edged with picot lifting like coy petticoats in a flurry and when drapes are drawn to a… Continue Reading “Wild and white”


it’s all wrapped up this birth, budding in secret corridors swollen fallopians bellies blossoming sakura of soft pink skin-creased sorrows fall in a fruity flush fleshed out to rot annular imperfection ring cycle of an ovoid is egg, yoked to hope Easter’s iconic trope… Continue Reading “Egg”