Creative Writing and unfinished business…
August 31, 2017 § 3 Comments
her dead brother’s shadow
of the folded napkin
Tagged: creative writing, haiku, poems
Ooh, shivery…and yet there is something perhaps a little comforting about this poem too, Rachael. A fine piece.
Thanks, Chris. Your sensitive interpretation much appreciated – I never thought about the creepy side of this one…
And that’s what I enjoy about your poems, Rachael – they’re always more than ‘face-value’.
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