Tag: fire

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”

the quickening

it matters not these stinging raindrops winter’s outrun; the pursuer alights – an insurgent swift as leaping flames roots rally in the rot of litterfall waning embers of smouldering golden reds the ice has given way and fires subside around March, when winds blow by… Continue Reading “the quickening”