Angela Croft, previously a journalist, is widely published (first 2 at South Bank Poetry, then at Poetry Kit, now over 120). 40 poems are anthologised in Caboodle by ProleBooks, and more recently, she was guest poet in South 68.
I pour milk from the brown jug
into the bowl, like the woman
on the postcard you sent
crumble the bread to make
your favourite pudding,
sweeten it with sugar
stir in the fruit, grate the nutmeg
sunlight on my hands,
your shadow pegged to my shoulder.
First published in South 46
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