Rosa Cruz

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I have 5 stories published in 9 collections on the site.
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Author of two books of poetry: Surfacing (2018), and What the Owl Taught Me (2020), both published by Lapwing Poetry. Written under my pen-name Annest Gwilym:

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Twitter: @AnnestGwilym

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Windows

April 2020 Window One. Rain streaks make it hard for me to see, so I grab the binocs and catch a glimpse of Amelia Jones’ bright red overcoat as she...
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Insomniac

[An experimental poem from me this time.] dawn coughs light streaks the headache skies too early back to sleep today the milk-sour mother of tomorrow...
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Fair Maids of February

Necks arched like swans, their flickering leaves scull the frost-fringed moss, last year’s rain-gnawed leaves where the bright beaks of blackbirds...
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Days Like This to Be Read as Honey

For the child I never had I would give you: the honeydrip of low sun on the horizon; a cold that sugar-coats mountain tops, collides cells and atoms...
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Red on Red

Red protects itself. No colour is as territorial. It stakes a claim, is on the alert against the spectrum. (Derek Jarman) i outside the room where...

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So much of the hope that

Posted on Wed, 24 Feb 2021

So much of the hope that spring brings in this poem (and that we need so much now). Enjoyed reading it! Thanks for sharing. x

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