fiona robyn

 

 

 

snow
a light dusting: sifted sugar on the gentle dome of a sponge.
the clouds hold their palms towards me, shielding the hills from view.

 

 

 

by Fiona Robyn
enjoy more of Fiona’s work in her new book “The Most Beautiful Thing”
(available tuesday and wednesday free on Kindle!!)

 
check out other posts this april from Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour

fiona robyn

fiona robyn

 

 

 

the young cats leap, ninja-style, in the garden. all over Malvern snowdrops are
hanging their heads. the sun warms the wrinkled skin round my eyes.

 

 

 

by Fiona Robyn
enjoy more of Fiona’s work in her new book “The Most Beautiful Thing”
(available tuesday and wednesday free on Kindle!!)

 
check out other posts this april from Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour

fiona robyn

fiona robyn

 

 

 
St. James Park: at first glance flat worn grass & uniform trees. A flash of squirrel tail, a clump of snowdrops, that girl’s bright red coat, even in disappointment there are clumps of beauty.

 

 

 

by Fiona Robyn
enjoy more of Fiona’s work on a small stone
and do consider purchasing her new book ‘The Most Beautiful Thing’

 

 
check out other posts this april from Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour

fiona robyn

feathered poets

hello, my lovely poet-friends!

to celebrate poetry month, I will be posting (here, on this blog) small stones/ haiku/ micropoems written by other poets. it’s my (crazy) way to participate in the ‘Couplets: a multi-author poetry blog tour’ offered up by Joanne Merriam. If you send me one (or more!) poems, I plan to post one poet a day with a link to whatever you wish (your site?). if you have a book/ chapbook to promote, I will link to that as well. I’ll call these posts ‘feathered poets’ and plan to add a blogroll/ info page soon.

If you’re interested, please send me what you’d like me to post to —

aewerren(at)yahoo(dot)com. please put “April Couplets” in the subject line. I’ve had a wonderful response already — it should be an exciting month!

feathered poets