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Woman in an Arch of Trees by Byron Beynon

I have walked a path
that resembles the way she goes,
time’s leafy screens
with those dark trees
arched closer straining to hear
words which are said
but never recalled
on a journey such as this;
I see her now
about to wave,
coming towards me,
gentle proof
that small windows of dappled light
still open to guide the mind.


Byron Beynon lives in Swansea, Wales. His work has appeared in several publications including The Blue Hour, London Magazine, Poetry Wales, Chicago Poetry Review, The Warwick Review and Quadrant.  A Pushcart Prize nominee. His latest collection “The Echoing Coastline” (Agenda Editions) has been submitted for the T.S. Eliot Prize


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