Poetry

pink

Pink by Alexandra Harrison Pink, Lingerie, Slipped over pinkish breasts. Pink, Eyeshadow, Glistening on waxy lids. Tired eyes swelling pink, From fatigue, And forget-me-not alcohol. Curving pink skin. Is now stretched And pulled thin, Over a pink and greasy baby, With little pink toes Now shoved into pastel baby grows. Its screams, Silenced by a… Continue reading pink

Poetry

Soup

Soup Alexandra Harrison Two cans stand opened by the side of our hob The remnants of the soup stick thick around the edges And bury in the grooves of the wobbling aluminum Whilst the majority of the previous contents Bubbles away in the pan, swelling into bubbles With paler orange films That then collapse into… Continue reading Soup