The Death of a summer flower by Christopher Hopkins

the death of a summer flower

carcass of the honeysuckle across the lawn
the scented tears
will be lift from their cheeks
in the path of the coming sun

the birds and trees still dazed from
elbow and fist
of untimely skies
of the rough grey hands
of gods

Christopher Hopkins, was born and raised in Neath, South Wales, surrounded by machines and mountains, until he moved to Oxford in his early twenties. He currently resides in Canterbury and works for the NHS. Christopher has had poems published in Rust & Moth, The Journal, Harbinger Asylum, Scarlet Leaf Review, Anti-Heroin Chic, Tuck Magazine, Dissident Voice magazine, Versewrights, Poetry Superhighway and Duane’s PoeTree and the online literary journal 1947. Two of his early e-book pamphlets “Imagination Is My Gun” and “Exit From A Moving Car” are available on Amazon.

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