By Anthony Wade
Starlings like iron filings flung
across the darkening sky,
slipping and slithering to the pull
of a celestial magnet,
or a black cloth wiping the sky clean
of the loss of this moving time.
Anthony Wade is Irish, legally trained in England but worked principally in The Netherlands. He published a first poem in 2018, and a good number in several publications since.
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