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poetry favourites:
Seren Books – The Captain’s Tower
Seren Books – Newspaper Taxis: Poetry after the Beatles
The North
Magma 47
Magma 48


and in the shop…
in anthology –
“Don’t Think of Tigers”
The Do-Not Press





At 3am, a knock. It’s not my house they want,
a string of men for the peroxide blonde next door.
They wait, wolves watching quarters of moon.
When I was nine, men like these came
as I collected blackberries, while my parents,
at home, drank themselves empty.
They dipped into me like I was sherbet,
as my friends spun buttercups,
searched for yellow under their chins.

Suzanne Conway

Published in Poetry Review, volume 102, No 4, winter issue, 2012,
ISBN 978-1-900771-75-7. ISSN 032 2156