Alison Brackenbury

Alison Brackenbury Poems

1. Lapwings 7/2/2015

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They were everywhere. No. Just God or smoke
Is that. They were the backdrop to the road,

My parents' home, the heavy winter fields
From which they flashed and kindled and uprode

The air in dozens. I ignored them all.
"What are they?" "Oh - peewits - " Then a hare flowed,

Bounded the furrows. Marriage. Child. I roamed
Round other farms. I only knew them gone

When, out of a sad winter, one returned.
I heard the high mocked cry "Pee - wit , " so long

Cut dead. I watched it buckle from vast air
To lure hawks ...

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