Tag: man & nature

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by Ian Abbot
Sixteen teeth, set / in a lurid, iron smile. / Chained to the earth, anchored / into black soil, nonetheless / its everyday, simple grin sustains itself. / / Its mouth...
by Louise Greig
Begin by setting the instructions aside. / Instead tune the mind to flight. / Attach the huge, clunking wings (treat like hangar doors) / - do...
by Wendell Berry
When despair for the world grows in me / and I wake in the night at the least sound / in fear of what...
by Wendell Berry
When despair for the world grows in me / and I wake in the night at the least sound / in fear of what...
by Alexander Hutchison
Who calls to the dark, / who calls to the wind on / the surface of the water?...
by J.O. Morgan
The blood / of the fish / becoming / the blood / of the bear.
by Hamish Whyte
The slight hearing loss / we each suffer from / means we sometimes / fail to catch the sense /...
by John Burnside
'Necessity is not the mother of invention; play is.' / Ian D. Suttie / / It gets late early out here / in the lacklustre places, / wind in...
by John Clare
I found a ball of grass among the hay / And progged it as I passed and went away; /And...
by Edwin Morgan
The year goes, the woods decay, and after, / many a summer dies. The swan / on Bingham’s pond, a ghost, comes and goes. / It...
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