Carl Walsh

Carl Walsh is an occasional poet, crossword compiler, lexicographer of fictional words and writer of horoscopes (and other short stories). His work has been published in various journals, including n-SCRIBE (an annual magazine produced by Darebin Arts), StylusLit, Cordite Poetry Review, Rabbit Poetry and Southerly.

I am (eschewing this room)

the pane is cold to touch as I lean searching the garden with starved eyes are you in the vegetable patch or among the rhododendrons? breathing life into them. can a garden feel lost? neglected? alone? betrayed? & this kitchen …

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I wasn’t sure it would still work the VCR its postbox mouth stuffed with a Wombles video my daughter had fed it until it jammed now plugged into power again gears whir noisy but effective my son fascinated with old …

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