Rosalind Gale : Writing

The Overweight

The Overweight

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


It used to be the barren land - women fell away. I stand upright under a small cloud, The arching black earth-square Tied down as the laces o..
Mr. Duck Leaves Dinner

Mr. Duck Leaves Dinner

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


Sublime and experiencedIn the ordinary random thingsThat never keep at bay the joyOf smooth floors and straight frame,The old man outside the hosp..
The Villainess

The Villainess

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


I did not care what he was doing when the weather sank to staticUnder the empty road, the pallid flatness, the grey horizon. Did he shatter ou..
Remembering

Remembering

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


Oh usefulness, oh usefulness, tomorrow, indifferent remembrance. To do everything, to caress an ugly swelling, and then ruffle it. Numbers, car..
Migrant Bloc Television

Migrant Bloc Television

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


Before 'the fall' - before the invasions -We were not yet stricken. The slab still upright. Trapdoor knots tease and delve -Dropping blood ..
The Lady & the &

The Lady & the &

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


Ampersand lover, oh these demonic sentences made of satanic letters,Let me out, let me in. Continents of Igloops. Consonants. Shoop, shoop.Oh pour you..
52. The Nobody.

52. The Nobody.

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


For Dana, with love -
Terror Cops Kill Fathers

Terror Cops Kill Fathers

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


White cops, white vehicle, two white smooth-metal jackets. Where do the white cops go that thirst here? Their bodies are hidden by America. ..
Ancient Alien

Ancient Alien

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


As a child, I loved visiting the reptile garden, it always seemed so alien to me. I felt at home. Then one day I have a blood test, and I am to..
In Vain

In Vain

A Poem by Rosalind Gale


Down in the park Miles from home, Nature’s beauty torments and admonishes. My envy plows the hue, Trenched then stuck - As a trodden ..

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