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Gene Groves – Limestone Fossil In The Great North Museum, Newcastle.

Limestone Fossil In The Great North Museum, Newcastle.

This grey galaxy is crowded
with constellations of crinoids.
The longer you look, the more you see

space debris, a biplane, a whirl of windsock,
a ladder longing for infinity,
wasp nests that buzz

with unseen life. Chinese paper lanterns
to set alight this night dark Derbyshire limestone,
sea lilies, carboniferous jewels.

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Gene Groves lives in Northumberland but is originally from Rhyl, Wales. She had 35 poems in Flambard New Poets 2. Her poetry has appeared in numerous magazines including New Welsh Review, The Interpreter’s House, Orbis, Obsessed With Pipework, Prole and Pre-Raphaelite Review. Poems online on Diamond Twig, Writers’ Cafe and Three Drops From A Cauldron.

She enjoys reading at poetry events and is working on a collection.

 

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Biography:

Gene Groves lives in Northumberland but is originally from Rhyl, Wales. She had 35 poems in Flambard New Poets 2. Her poetry has appeared in numerous magazines including New Welsh Review, The Interpreter’s House, Orbis, Obsessed With Pipework, Prole and Pre-Raphaelite Review. Poems online on Diamond Twig, Writers’ Cafe and Three Drops From A Cauldron.

She enjoys reading at poetry events and is working on a collection.

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