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POETRY

THE FISHER QUEEN by DANIEL SHARPE (Northern Ireland)

Issue 1.2   September 2019

Sweet Erin you lay far from me, 

In soils toiled by blight and blood.

BECAUSE YOU'RE WORTH IT by KIANA JACKSON (Australia)

Issue 1.2   September 2019

Your deplorable, horrible, despicable, ignorable. 

You reiterate, evaluate, desiccate, and exacerbate. 

Can’t you accept the way you look?

WOOD AND WATER by ENLING LIAO (Australia)

Issue 1.2   September 2019

Late afternoon. 

I never knew a whisper, soft and sweet, could sing 

In tranquil lapse.

SWALLOWS by ROSIE JONES (United Kingdom)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

A poem is when a scattering of swallows suddenly form a perfect v.

A poem is the angle which makes dew on a rose petal look like diamonds.

HEARTBEATS by MAI MCGAW (United States)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

On a frosty October morning, I walk to a field

And lie flat on my back in the dewy grass.

PEOPLE PLACES by SAMANTHA WAGNER (United States)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

I believe in

People Places,

A Place for every Person to

BREAKING THE SILENCE by BRITNEY PHAM (Australia)

Issue 1.1   April 2019

The silence can be eerie

Dark, damp and cold