by Sarah Law
Only breath & the rain – fluid world falling cold sting shuttering open up wide eye to a new translucency – slick haired graceling – neophyte at fifty years days since your Lord is raised heartbeat in everything – fine thread loosened – aureole shot through dove-white – sunlit –
Sarah Law lives in London and is an Associate Lecturer for the Open University. She has poems in The Windhover, St Katherine Review, America, Psaltery & Lyre, Soul-Lit, Heart of Flesh and elsewhere. Her latest collection, Thérèse: Poems is published by Paraclete Press. She edits Amethyst Review, an online journal for new writing engaging with the sacred.