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Gareth Writer-Davies
Gareth Writer-Davies is a gardener. He lives and works in Letchworth, England. He has been published a good deal over the pond and has been short listed for a couple of national prizes.

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Gareth Writer-Davies

MIRRORS

 

with the head of a hammer

concealed

in each hand

and a baby elephant walk

I smash shop windows

scratch cars

save sparrows from a cartoon death

 

with the rhythm of a castanet

glass is atomised

in my wake

china girls find their compacts

missing

 

mirrors seek our favour

cavalier in their judgements

they make threats

 

[....]


Gareth Writer-Davies

example

turn out the light

and the mirror remains

cool

miming swans on a lake

example

the mirror cracks

then hides

in a thousand pieces

 

in the middle of the golf club lake

there is a crocodile

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copyright © Gareth Writer-Davies. White Whale Review, issue 4.2


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