Mandy Haggith (8 Poems)

Poet, novelist and environmental activist. I am particularly fond of leaf-sized poems.

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In the ruined blackhouse, a sudden honey fragrance.
Meadowsweet? No, hay!
Under the kettle, warm grass drying –
scent of summer on a wet, autumn day.

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mist writes mountain spells
a head of cloud, a shoulder of trees
sunrise – sing that old sandstone song again

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