Natalie Moores

 

 

 

A Different Sky

A solitary brick hut spilled tyres
three sheep gossiped about something

or other.

Fenced in
the farmer’s daughter
teased a brood of hens
they followed her winding
assault course with adoration.

She was grateful for their company.

I kicked an acorn
on the short walk back

to             double glazing
tesco bags

and a different sky.

 

 

Natalie Moores is a poet from South Manchester. She is currently finishing an MA in Creative Writing at Loughborough University and recent publications include Agenda Broadsheet, Poetry24, Poet and Geek and others.

 

 

 

One comment

  1. Thyrza Leyshon

    Came back to this again after a couple of days – there is something haunting about its exploration of solitariness, with perfectly considered line breaks and sparce form.

    Enjoyed this poem a lot.

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