-photos by Gaynor Kane
Apple cake wedges and currant buns
downed with ambrosia from brown chequered flasks.
Only chipped cups with blue and white stripes
made it outdoors –
alfresco dining saving the hay,
inhaling the musty black and white square.
-Marie Studer ©2022
Two photos by Paul Brookes
Bio and Links
is from Belfast and dabbles in writing, painting and photography. Her latest poetry pamphlet examines love in all it’s forms. More info at www.gaynorkane.com
is a past winter of the Trocáire Poetry Ireland Competition, twice winner of the Bangor Ekphrastic Poetry Challenge and shortlisted in the Northwest Words Poetry Competition. Recently published in The Stony Thursday Book, Drawn to the Light Press, Bangor Literary Magazine, Spilling Cocoa Over Martin Amis, The Storms, Not the Time To Be Silent Anthology.