Wishing for Birds

Wishing for Birds

by Elisabeth Hewer

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Overview

Wishing for Birds by Elisabeth Hewer

In this collection of fifty poems, Elisabeth Hewer ponders love and the world, whilst tackling the inexplicable desires and dangers that thread through our daily lives.

At times hopeful, at times despairing, her poems ruminate on all the things we come up against, even if, on occasion, it’s only ourselves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781999773632
Publisher: Platypus Press
Publication date: 08/01/2018
Series: Celestial Bodies Poetry Series , #1
Pages: 80
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Elisabeth Hewer is a poet from South West England with a BA in Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies and an MA in Writing for Young People. Over the course of her life she has, at various stages, wanted to be a dolphin trainer, a lawyer, a veterinarian, and a princess. For now, she's the Assistant Print Editor at Trouvaille Journal.

Table of Contents

Green Suns

Space Race

All Hot Air

You

Letters to Everybody

You and/or Me

World Inside Expanding

@fish

Unpassable Exam

Dove Hands

The Monster in Me

Finding Ariadne

Lands Calling

The Easy Way

The Deserter

The Only Way I Know to Tell the Truth about Myself

National Geographic

Girl / Sea

The Things That I Know

Hunting Ground

Failed Elysian Fields

Girls in the Twenty First Century

Angel Grade

Three Rapes in One Week and They Just Wanted Us to Know That the City Was Safe

God Should Have Made Girls Lethal

Love Letters from Helen of Troy

Weights

Hide and Seek

Divine Tragedy

Personal Statement

Haunted House Ride

City Kids

The Edge

The Great Space

The Boy I Loved Le Me for a Revolution

Summer Romance

Roadkill

Red Sky at Night

The Poem I Keep Coming Back To

The Mythological Storm

Snapshots of My History

The Lie of Unfair Life

We Forgot That Our Heroines Were People Too

Classical Fiction

Stalking Past Selves

Washing out Wounds

Graveyard Hymn

Homesickness

Presence

Let’s Talk About Me

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