POEM Ruth Corkill

NWR Issue 106

The Chorus


We passed that road at the beginning of
The grey season when the trees are dusted with moths
And the mothers bend upward and burst into grief...

Ruth Corkill is a writer from New Zealand who studied this summer at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her work has appeared in international journals and anthologies.

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