Sheena Blackhall Poems
|1001.||Kinaalda: The Navajo Girls' Puberty Ceremony||4/8/2016|
|1002.||And How Am I To Love The World Again?||2/15/2017|
|1003.||Thought Police Of Art||2/15/2017|
|1004.||Old Age (3)||10/1/2017|
|1005.||15 Selected Love Poems In Scots||8/28/2009|
|1007.||Of Barking Dogs And Lady Godiva (27 Poems)||2/23/2010|
|1008.||Views From A Window||11/15/2014|
|1009.||Of Auschwitz (7 Poems)||2/23/2010|
|1011.||The Address Remembers||10/11/2017|
|1012.||Of Sylvia Plath, Ted Hughes (3 Poems)||2/23/2010|
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I can't imagine dying in this land.
The neighbours here have doors graffiti-red
‘Why are you brown? ' another pupil asked
‘I think because my folks are brown, ' I said
Out on our landing, someone's dumped a bed
I dream in Hindi. I don't understand
The baby words in English in my school book
At games, or dancing, no one takes my hand
I miss the smells of curry, frangipani,
The steaming chai at Delhi's teeming stalls
The cooking fires. I even miss the sewers
The thieving monkeys with their chattering calls
I miss the temple incense, the bright ...
A Dip In The Pool
There is no luxury like water,
Blue as the Hope Diamond.
Land rules cease to apply,
Are firmly marooned on shore.
The peace dove's dropped its feathers Just for me.
The pool receives me kindly Asks no questions
Makes no assumptions Demands no entry fee.