On Foel Eryr 1 By Mark Gilbert

on Foel Eryr 1

Wind flows past my face
as clouds flow past the mountain.
A buzzard circles.
Climbing higher and higher
against the pull of the earth.

The Top Of Foel Eryr By Bill Boaden

Large Rocks On The Slope Of Foel Eryr — Looking East Between Two Large Rocks, With Foel Cwmcerwyn In The Background, By Nigel Davis.

Originally trained in science, Mark Gilbert is based in the UK and has been writing poetry and prose for over 20 years. Examples of his poems may be found in journals/anthologies such as Skylark, DIY Poets, Atlas Poetica, Abyss & Apex, Narrow Road, Bones, Sonic Boom and Neon Graffiti: Tanka Poetry of Urban Life, as well as occasionally on display in a major city near you.

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