Rabbits

On the 2nd of January 1941, bombs hit the city of Cardiff harder than any night before or any night since. Bricks and glass, toys, hats and hands dressed the chaos that dragged itself over the city. Fires raged from fresh cavities in walls whilst their heat betrayed their purpose, warming the cold and injured in the street. Whilst it is …

A lady of Cardiff

The Early Mornings

The new job, the factory bus; I saw him, then met him, unsure The cold made me feel motherless but to him, it was always fun The widest smile on his beautiful black face We shared headphones one day; David Bowie, China Girl Cardiff winter mornings are made to remember; The sun bends across the city, shy and proud And …