Notes From A Calliope – A Poem

Notes From A Calliope
Some days
don’t seem worth swimming to
find me there
praying behind the Cathedral
– listening to an old calliope –
on my knees in the rain
remembering you
and that you could not swim.


About Ellespeth

I'm a poet. Sometimes I write stories and other nonsense. Ellespeth

3 comments on “Notes From A Calliope – A Poem

  1. Lovely poem, Ellespeth, but also possibly an intriguing beginning to a short story 🙂

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