Julie Hogg


  in your town’s haphazard
thistle bricks and kooky
genisteae moss, wild Irish
hounds and paradisal words
too early to be written, I
let them settle on timbre
and twofold meanings of
the future, past a bench
with the beat of a boarded
up church

Our sea to the east

and the seagulls sound the
same, over-zealous, fly and
much more than meets the
eye, rust periwinkle hut and
organized pots, sheet bend
knots, careened vessels on
lime grotto water, primordial
vista and restorative harbour
I left behind

Our rolling component

and swithered my tracks

Copyright © Julie Hogg, 2018

‘Julie Hogg is a Poet published in many literary journals and anthologies. Her debut pamphlet ‘Majuba Road’ is available from Vane Women Press.’


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