Home #Blue Nib Issues Issue 39 | Sept 2019 | Poetry from the Winner of British Haiku Award 2017

Poetry from the Winner of British Haiku Award 2017

Deer Medicine In night white with birch and moon your heart hears hooves  crossing its wide plateau  a slow steady pulse keeping time   with its own. To think they argued    reconstruction only way to go – silastic implant  and tissue expander – few surgeries later  who would know? Unable to handle your logic they couldn’t see it  when you said   someone changed so many ways  might not want to look the same? Instead you chose  ha...

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