Tag: fire

It’s a no-no

A somewhat nostalgic no-nonsense nominative poem for Sanaa’s Poetics prompt: November

Fired up or shot to pot?

Photo of a fired up London skyline in November

Easy lines

some words apprehend the next without millstone or rack to ruminate – consecutives in easy lines along folds, pressed together like sheaves – snatches of hymnal associations we keep dry between pages, on knitted brows songs sparked from campfire prayers beside the shrine gathered here… Continue Reading “Easy lines”