Isobel Hodges – A Poem

Quiet Escape Bamboo handles of dollar store paintbrushes flake and peel, shed plastic shells. Crunch. Gaudy neon casings speck timber boards. Worn bristles scoop too much Copper Haze. Watch as paint conquers and creeps across canvas. Slide and slither. Microscopic villagers devoured by a molten surge. Coarse hairs escape and embed. Sturdy saplings in Teal. more »