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Neu! Post-Truth Poetics DAY THIRTY-SIX – Ceinwen Haydon

new boots and pantisocracies

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Ceinwen Haydon’s stories have been published on Fiction on the Web, Literally Stories, StepAway, Cut a Long-Story and Alliterati. Her poems have been published in Poems to Survive In and on other curated websites. She is studying for an MA in Creative Writing at Newcastle University.

An earlier  version of this poem appeared on the I Am Not A Silent Poet website here

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.his model shop. by Sonja Benskin Mesher

I am not a silent poet

with great love and care ( adverb) he made them. each one             by hand.

most were killed before breakfast. visitors asked to see the bodies,  having

none, he imported them from abroad.                                    more  killed than

the somme. thousands after dawn.                         he has models now of dead

soldiers, some with arrows in.

small scene          first world war,                            glow in the dark.    memorial.

having spent time among his battles,   i went and ate a donut.           lovingly.


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