This postcard design of Stevie Nicks featuring lyrics from the song ‘Gypsy’ is available now – https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/554293085/stevie-nicks-gypsy-postcard-print
Fans of Fleetwood Mac may also appreciate the ‘Rhiannon’ design – https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/532533283/stevie-nicks-rhiannon-lyrics-print
A new Lana Del Rey design is now available in my Etsy shop.
It features lyrics from her song ‘Love’.
See it here –
If you’re a Lana Del Rey fan, you may also like the Lana Del Rey dictionary style print – https://www.etsy.com/uk/WutheringMites/listing/548319875/lana-del-rey-dictionary-style-print
New design featuring Frozen concept art of Anna and featuring the lyrics to ‘Do you want to build a snowman?’
See it on Etsy here – https://www.etsy.com/uk/WutheringMites/listing/526143252/frozen-do-you-want-to-build-a-snowman
Little crescent moon –
Half formed, blanketed in black.
The phantom’s mask –
Your shrouded body
curls and unfurls like an old tapestry,
Contradicting your newness.
The shadow of you
Lurks in your dark stage,
a theatre so everyday
Yet so magical.
Trapped in a starless sky,
unaware of your impending freedom;
The murder scene you’ll leave behind
in your operatic debut.
The inkjet of blood that will not stop.
Previously appeared on Mothers Always Write.
3 new prints have been added to the Etsy shop – upcycled postcard designs featuring Lauren Bacall, Ava Gardner and Dita Von Teese.
Available in either 4 x 6 or 8 x 12 inches.
My poem ‘Gain’ was recently included in issue 20 of the feminist arts zine ‘Artificial Womb’. Lovely to work with them again, after being included previously in issue 10.
Support them on Patreon here – https://www.patreon.com/artificialwomb
In our cottage, echoing in silence,
words became taboo;
inducing an early winter.
The snow fell in hordes,
down upon this town.
We let go
of our silent vows,
as its flaking lullaby began.
With numb gloved fingers,
we moulded her,
sculpting the perfect doll.
We glazed her porcelain skin with ice,
crudely poked in her eye sockets;
our own Frozen Charlotte.
We longed for her eyes to flutter open,
even for just one glassy glance.
Previously published in THE SEASONS: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter, 2017.