POEM Dai George

NWR Issue 99

From Narwhal

Out of a margin which would freeze the lungs
of skimpier and tepid beasts, and all along
her viaducts, her inky play-spots
and her deep canals, she nosed her way
to my imagined shore, till there she was...

Dai George is a poet from Cardiff, currently living in London. He writes criticism on contemporary poetry and Welsh culture for a range of magazines. The poems published in NWR 99 are taken from his forthcoming collection, due from Seren this autumn.

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