Maureen Gibbons



Churnings

A steed sculpted from driftwood casts a shadow, hurdles time, pegasus-like, to the orchard of childhood, to my father’s click of tongue, slap of reins on draft-horse rump; grip of sun-scoured hands on shafts of plough; a blade churning loam …

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