Danielle Ward

Rookie (1991 / Liverpool)

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Born in Liverpool, I lead a busy but inspirationally-boring life, so when it comes to ideas I usually write my poems about books I've read and films I've seen, where the thoughts, emotions and feelings are far more easy to understand than in real life, and the characters far more interesting. Sometimes I delve into the depths of my own life for inspiration, but only on rare occasions, particularly... more »

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Roller Skates.

These wheels are fast.
Beneath my feet the pavement slides away,
A table cloht jerked from under glass.
Wobbling, on unbalanced legs.
When the world blurs past in a stream,
And you wonder how and what it means,
You're racing past faces and leaving them
The wheels roll on, an everturning circle.
I hold your arms and then your hands and then your fingers...

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