Poems by Alice-Catherine Jennings

How like a winter hath my absence been …   Water witching my way to the river I unclasp the iron brackets of the clapboard gate— the smell of brown green. The estuary renews   its force while the lichen pimples the slabs of stone at the water’s edge. Crescano crescano crescano églantier, ephedra & … Continue reading Poems by Alice-Catherine Jennings

“The Night Country”

By Laura Potts ‘The undiscovered country from whose bourn No traveler returns’ – Hamlet. Old winter hour, gloam and the glow of this last evening fire, after the time of the cold and away from my last-gasp hourglass and this passing grey; after the far-cast dust of my day when the half- light fields breathe … Continue reading “The Night Country”