Our day was daffodils. I opened my eyes
in equinoctial dawn, shaped by winds
and cloud saw buds crack that
would be fruit for our descendants.
No gloom until an evening star
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Honouring Fathers and Telling Tales
Jacqui Rowe reviews The Emma Press Anthology of Fatherhood (ed. Emma Wright and Rachel Piercey) and The Other Side of Sleep (ed. Cherry Potts, Arachne Press)
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Jacqui Rowe is a poet, mentor, workshop leader, publisher (co-editor of Flarestack Poets), tutor for the Poetry School and poetry editor of The Writers' Workshop. in 2013 she was appointed writer-in residence at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham. Her poems have appeared widely in magazines and her pamphlets are 'Blue', 'Apollinaire' and 'Paint'.