The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 14 “Frost and Dew”

Winter’s Teeth by Paul Waring This first of many mornings I’ll stand stare from kitchen window tea in hand and watch you dew-eyed, stretch limbs across lawn as day squints open to light.  Mist still sleeps on car windscreens along crammed-margin streets to the station as chill creeps close to whisper, steals inside my coat … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 14 “Frost and Dew”

The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 13 “Elements”

Flood by Paul Waring Semi-dark by noon, the promised storm had begun to steal light as our labrador panted unease— wide-eyed, ears pinned back, tail pulled tight for protection. We heeded forecasters’ advice— gathered in gardens objects with potential to fly: washing on lines, childrens’ toys, cushions, delicately placed pots.  Widow-black clouds massed before lightning flashed … More The Writers’ Cafe Magazine – ISSUE 13 “Elements”