grasp your needle and cotton
and pierce it with the thread
hold this silence in your mouth
and stitch tightly your words
like a handwoven linen
then loosely weave them into the sky
with a thin wash of colour.
Angela (she/her) was born and lives in rural North Wales, UK, she has recently returned to poetry after many years. This last year Angela has been published in a number of magazines and is currently compiling her work for her first poetry collection.
a rainy balloon drifted into sight
I looked out from this cloudy train
all my wings taken flight
left over sorrow and pain
transient, a mere passer-by
my reflection, a rusty butterfly.
Angela (she/her) was born and lives in rural North Wales, UK, she studied English and American Literature at Aberystwyth University and has returned to poetry after many years. She considers poetry an art of pure freedom. Angela was recently published in ‘Ink Drinkers’ Magazine and is currently compiling her work for her first poetry collection