Tag: Best Scottish Poems 2013

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by JL Williams
Her watch is posted from the south. / Its black box ticks the whole way. / / The accident happens, the funeral. / The flowers fade. / / Grain in...
by Ian Stephen
In Breton, they say / there’s a word that weaves between / green and blue, allowing for / haze, precipitation, / the burr of distance, / the welcome...
by Robin Robertson
Under the gritted lid of winter / each ice-puddle’s broken plate / cracked to a star. The morning / assembling itself into black and white, the...
by Donald S. Murray
Sphagnum moss remembers. It recalls / the touchdown of each lark that tumbles / down upon its surface, the slightness of that weight / recorded...
by Theresa Muñoz
kicking pine cones down the street / climbing the backyard cherry tree / lying in new sheets / waking in darkness waking to snow / how...
by J.O. Morgan
Waves beating up against cliffs. / Cliffs holding hard against waves. / / ...
by Jim Mainland
He went directly and unhurried and scanned the smattering. / / Wingbit snagskin throatlap furthew clawlid eyespit oarfire. / Oarfire? No, that’s just dreams talking.
by Kona Macphee
Whenever neon trickles down / to meet a city drain, / I think of you on some wet roof, / a cobbled son of men –...
by Rob A. Mackenzie
You prefer the murk of details to the vision complete, / incident to...
by Russell Jones
I bend an ear to your sound, put my knees in the dirt, / offer my orifices to you like doorways / to...
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