POEM Sheenagh Pugh

NWR Issue 106

Airline Pilots

The way they talk, that level tone,
lazily amused, a refusal

to be surprised, that seen-it-all,
been-there-done-that air: no pose,

too easily worn...

Sheenagh Pugh lives in Shetland but spent several decades in Wales. Her current collection is Short Days, Long Shadows (Seren 2014).

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