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Fern This is not my birthday… I wanted to write something to mark the moment during YESTERDAY’S celebrations of the day on which I was born, but for the second time this week, I have failed to mark a momentous … Continue reading
A page of Croatian translations? Can you believe that? Oddly enough, I can for as this site has evolved it has occurred to me that a major part of my enjoyment of this endeavour, and my life so far, has … Continue reading
Fallow is the ground on which my anger lies. It is pointless to rage against the waves of regret. But I judge you, even as I forgive your fulsome praise of my most meaningless qualities, While ignoring my vast potential, … Continue reading
How can a woman with no face have a voice? When draped in silk or defaced by acid, she speaks to us of her man’s attempts to exert a mythical power. When distorted through blows she cries out for help … Continue reading
I am a queen among Jamaican women, I wear a crown – Coiled ropes of woolly hair Knotted into regal dreadlocks. They attract glances and cat calls Stiffened my backbone, Proclaimed my identity, Given me protection, Made me free. My … Continue reading
The poem here blends two experiences: confronting a ghost, and staring down a croaking lizard… The poem reflects the internal monologue that occurred while staring into those lifeless looking eyes of that lizard. If you think of the cold stare … Continue reading
For Mike L. from the wisps of fog the magic emerges. strange days there are here – cold misty mornings, and colder sunny afternoons beckon; luring me and my bike into the damp wood to be buffeted by fern and … Continue reading