xv (’19)

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how a lie may find you
weeds invade the garden
intelligence that probes
as it strangles
. . .

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XVI (’19)

marsh grasses gentle in the breeze
dune path mile-halved sea
warm spring sun cool air lamb fleeced
dangers lurk in boggy places
path finder safe remain always

A. H / K. H-H (29th April 2019)

Cairn, 2019: girlhood xxiv

second bloom in a mirror
she steps forward in pigtails
embraces temporal dissonances
this previously quite taboo
life bound in a double plait

A. H / K. H-H (24th May 2018)

Cairn, 2019

In ten days It will be a year since I started posting regularly and more seriously here. I’ve surprised myself, over one hundred and twenty posts – many poems written just to be posted, not all of them though and fewer recently due to work demands. Its been a great stimulus and to connect to…