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Joanne Cornwell



you say the floating circle of light is a hand
and it is as if sea water pauses
or a rose is fully blown
or the rain is pomegranate-clear flowers jangling on thin stems;
rain made from brocade
and this, a bird on a soft branch, moving
feels like all anything ever is
you say the floating circle of light is a hand
Joanne Cornwell has a degree in Writing from Dartington College of Arts, UK. Her words have been engraved on slate in her textual installation. She is widely published and in 2021 had two poems shortlisted for The Bridport Prize. She is a musician who always prefers to improvise on the piano and cello.
Mark



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