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Dream Houses

I forget

      some days

in Helepolis –

 chapelles

         of blue peaches

        call the foam-line

  ‘Men of Rome’

my wheel emits

uncertain as

gaspereau

 

 


ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTOR

's poems have appeared in Poetry London and Poetry Review, amongst others. She is currently studying for a PhD in 'Speculative Emblematics'. Her portfolio published in The White Review 22 is the winner of the White Review Poet's Prize 2017.


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