Johanna Boal Poems
- Like Trees In Winter As we emerge, we can see them. Some ...
- Imagining A Vessel In A Rock O... I was crumbled, like ...
- Frost I’m in awe by you being there Stepping out at my front...
- The Bridal Clothes Sometimes the sea looks navy at Bray ...
- Erin's Bouquet Is From China A hint of families coming ...
- Borders Behold, A sea bed with Oversized edgings Made ...
- The Lure To Look And Read There is a great attraction on our ...
I work as a librarian for the local council, in Beverley, East Yorkshire, England. I am married with 3 children and in my spare time I love to read and write. I am a member of the Society Children's Book Writers and Illustrator and the Poetry Review. I have had some of my poetry published adults/children. I also write children's stories and I'm currently looking to be published. more »
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Like Trees In Winter
As we emerge, we can see them.
Some come together, hunkering down
Many are dispersed on their own,
Dark and hazy in their remoteness,
Trucks and branches appear, they seem aloof,
In earnest we gaze at them.
Poverty-stricken nests uncovered, wild and low
But somehow, attention-grabbing features
In invested fields,
In busy cities on golden pavements
Like shadows, time cut short,
Homeless people at home with this?