Monday 5 November 2018

2 Poems by Phil Wood


The paragraph of mud
muffles our boots. Two birds
skip rocks, a rain-happy stream;
they splash their fearless joy.

Open Window

The butterfly net fraying
in the fossilized light
of his study. My flutter
of childhood escapes.


Phil Wood works in a statistics office. He enjoys working with numbers and words. His writing can be found in various publications, including:  Jellyfish Whispers, Autumn Sky Daily, Nutshells and Nuggets, Nine Muses Poetry.

No comments:

Post a Comment