by Sue Ann Connaughton

We wefted around trees

each of us on opposite ends

of a forest

to weave a fabric


Loose enough at first

to let in light and air and rain


The sharper we zigzagged

the tighter we wove

woodland into a jungle-cloth

of rootlets with complicated patterns.


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Writers Bio

Sue Ann Connaughton writes poetry and short fiction. Her most recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Fortunates; Barnwood International Poetry Magazine; The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts; and The Meadowland Review.

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