Poetry Shelf Monday poem: John Gallas’s ‘Sarah Elizabeth Jones’

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John Gallas is a NZ poet published by Carcanet. His 20 collections include The Song Atlas, Star City, The Little Sublime Comedy and 52 Euros. The Extasie (60 love poems) and Rhapsodies 1831 (translation of French poet Petrus Borel) to be published January and March 2021. He presently lives in Leicestershire. His a librettist, St Magnus Festival Orkney poet, Saxon Ship Project poet, Fellow of the English Association, tramper, biker and merry ruralist. Presently working on two sets of poem-prints (’18 Paper Resurrections’ and ‘Wasted by Whitemen’). ‘Unscythed’ written in Sefton, near Rangiora: home of bro.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 thought on “Poetry Shelf Monday poem: John Gallas’s ‘Sarah Elizabeth Jones’

  1. jwmilso

    wonderfully crafted poem – even better for being superimposed on textured photo, as it woven/ knitted in–clack clack

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