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Helen May Williams

 

 

Winter solstice 2020

 

13/12/2020 dream haiku
small hours of Sunday morning

family’s little strength
guarded
for mourning

 

17/12/2020

still growing
on old apple tree—
mistletoe

 

21/12/2020

the peanut feeder
disappears —
flap of crows wings

 

21/12/2020

scuffed oak leaves
muddy track
futile acorn hunt

 

21/12/2020
above Amroth

soggy cornflakes
skeletal oak leaves
sprouting acorn

 

 

Helen May Williams formerly taught at the Warwick University. Publications include: Catstrawe, The Princess of Vix, Before Silence, a debut novel, June, and Native American Literature. She is a Cinnamon Pencil mentor and offers Poetry Surgeries through The Poetry Society. helenmaywilliams.wordpress.com

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