Tag: micro poetry

keeping a distance

why burrow? what should I want to know of long ago rooms in ruins; all those faraway feelings that ran their course and fossilised memories will naturally annex themselves after all, what is recalled is squarely placed between tall walls or hidebound in backlots,… Continue Reading “keeping a distance”

Night flight

Moths make their way by moonshine in fitful flashes of light powdered wings they brush against the jasmine vines and all the headiness of nocturnal scents settles layer by layered silence yet when the moon’s a daydreamer pale flowers and foliage filigreed silver spread a… Continue Reading “Night flight”