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Two poems by Rhiannon Auriol



Pink Cream

he baked pink cream
pies, down in Cornwall, summer
of ’05 with the brushed milk
sky and their shouts in my eyes.
this was the last year, the last… 295 more words

Poetry

New Poem in The Cincinnati Review

Big thanks to poetry editor Don Bogen for publishing my sonnet “Tenor” in the latest issue of The Cincinnati ReviewI’m delighted to have my work included.

New Poems

Shadorma #19*

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Violet
cabbage leaves shredding
under my
sharp knife’s blade
releasing artful rings of
Mackintosh rosettes

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*For Bill, after a very long wait.

Everyday Poems

Shadorma #18

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Saturday
morning, I awake
to the sound
of two things:
the combustion of coffee
and English footy.

skat@2017

Everyday Poems

It Must Be Quite Early

dawn broke like she knew

me from before, where I

sat and said nothing to her,

how I watched with open wonder

the subtle shake of night from

her sky.

Poetry

Two poems by Alasdair Paterson

Two poems from Silent Years


Bleak House

Dickens was in the house.

Bleak to me, we’d say, jostling
for bed space, warming up,
while fog roiled off the monotype. 249 more words

Poetry

Shadorma #15

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Jay quartet
returns after days;
I wonder
where they’ve been?
They’re fair weather friends, you see,
we’ve sunshine today.

skat@2017

Everyday Poems