Equals- Poetry by M.W Bewick

Equals



The force with which the board 
meets the blade


The warmth of pebbles 
under feet


The thought of the page
that told the story


The miles of road that turn
the wheel
 
The sting of eyes forgotten
come morning


How someone’s hand presses
into yours

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MW Bewick co-founded Dunlin Press

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