Poems by cassie hughes

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  • Oh, Mayflower, dear Mayflower so strong and so...
    From England you shipped them safe, pilgrims and...

  • Piled high the boxes reach
    to brush against the ceiling...

  • You feed me breadcrumbs,
    stale and unappetising...

  • Pumpkin scented air
    carries promise of candy...

  • On restless feet she wanders
    through the garden of her life...

  • I’ll build a castle in the air
    for you and me alone to share...

  • Innocence of form
    belies the cimmerian shades...

  • Cobwebs (1) 1

    Cobwebs glisten with dew
    As morning sun wakes...

  • Becalmed atop a mirrored sea
    the storm has passed...

  • She stands amid the chanting mass
    crushed on all sides like a pebble between...

  • The ache never leaves,
    a constant reminder...

  • Summer in a single bite
    that lingers in the mouth...