Apsley Street, Glasgow, 2008 – Kei Miller

I know you do not like
the way I write moments,
how they grow into some kind of magic
you do not always recognise.
I know you think things are simpler
and it is enough to simply say
how things are – like this bed,
its large spread, the colour of tulips;
I know you will say, isn’t it magic enough
that we fall asleep in the tangle of fingers,
that we sometimes dream a single dream.

Kei Miller

Thank you, Kei.

Here’s the book link. If you are looking for a present, look no further….

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