Stature by Stephen Kingsnorth

Stephen Kingsnorth | Jun 10th, 2020 | poetry | No Comments


Paired Inuit greet with rubbing nose –
the sculpture, sign and symbol raised,
of forefathers who hunted ice;
a street-art scene to celebrate.

Its standing, rubbing nose in dirt –
the statue, plinth-proud, razed to ground,
for fettered fathers, disrespect;
own stature lost, slaver unmourned.

Poet Bio

Stephen Kingsnorth (Cambridge M.A., English & Religious Studies), retired to Wales from ministry in the Methodist Church, has had over 100 pieces accepted by some thirty on-line poetry sites, including Poetry Potion; and Gold Dust, The Seventh Quarry, The Dawntreader, Foxtrot Uniform Poetry Magazines, Vita Brevis Anthology ‘Pain & Renewal’ & Fly on the Wall Press ‘Identity’.

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