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The Bigness of Small Poems – # 13 in a Series – The Double S in Sue Sinclair!

Belief The floorboards creak overhead, heavy with stars. The sound makes you think of the dead, as though they’re closer than you knew: like the doubled s in essence, an extra consonant slipped into the word for the very truth of you. Sue Sinclair from Heaven’s Thieves, Brick Books, 2016 It isn’t often I open […]