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Archive of posts published in the tag: Georgie Tindale

Poetry bites – Memory

Memory It is not what you think it is. Not a half-formed, fleeting, unfurling bird…

Poetry bites – The Sea

Conch In the soft shell of your ear Mediterranean waves lap gently like the whispers…

Poetry bites – The City

Underbelly Nightwalkin’ Blues Clerk in his Daylife, office wretch, money-talker Now he’s fighting the City,…

Poetry of the Week – creation

Miller-Urey Experiment The landfill smell of methane mixed with ammonia. The volatility of hydrogen and…

Poetry of Week – space

Asteria I capture nebulae with my deft fingers. I pluck them from the sky, then…

Poetry of the Week – waiting

“…Hey kid, why you standin’ in the rain for so long?” Wet scarecrow in too-tight…

Poetry of the Week – love letters

And I Words as power, I would be an elder god And you my frame,…

Poetry of the Week – temptation

Red Below her feet,  an average size, the daffodils spring. Her hair is tendrils of…

Poetry of the week – power

Little Tyrant Earth-worm eulogy Chubby fists convulsing, squeeze His small kingdom was born. On careless…

Poetry of the Week – renewal

Renewal Haiku Bitter phoenix pills: Promises of better times In a gaudy box As if…