Indy Clark





You see it first;
Iridescent against the house,
A song of light beneath the roof
As twilight falls.

We watch the dance,
The bioluminescent signal
A spark of hope;
I squeeze your hand.

Unlock the door,
The light fades to the edge of eyes
And inside, darkness turns to leave
A whole world open.




Indy Clark is a songwriter, poet, and academic, originally from England but now living in Australia. He teaches at the University of Queensland and his most recent book about poetry is Thomas Hardy’s Pastoral: An Unkindly May (Palgrave Macmillan)

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