poem by Suzi Woolley
A poem musing where the Earth touches the Sky.
poem by Luke Edley
A bitterly sardonic poem on the plight of the little piggies of this world. Forgive them; for they know not what they do. Let us pray.
poem by Neanderthal Bard
A poem about rhymes and the dragon inside a poet that is burning to escape.
poem by Cal Harris
A poem exploring how vascular dementia ravages the mind and the effect it has on those forced to witness the decline of their loved ones.
poem by Teresa Whelan
Sometimes fashion can cause genuine discomfort, but we still do it to ourselves. Here is an instrument of torture we get in a twist about.
poem by Seb Reilly
In the forest, at night, look up and shine your torchlight. This poem tells of creatures that live above your head, in the trees.
poem by Amy Taylor
A poem about looking forward, written whilst looking back.
A commentary on modern technology, social media, and the rate of advancement.
poem by Rosie Escott
A poem meditating on the thoughts of a traveller taking the last bus home on a Sunday night.
Poet Cal Harris explores what would happen if we abbreviated everything to three letters. Contains content which may offend.