Poetry Sunday: Raine Geoghegan

Self ordered Raine Geoghan’s book in November. We were supposed to meet up, the day before self left England to head back to the San Francisco Bay Area. But things were starting to get a little hectic, and she didn’t want her first meeting with Raine to be rushed. So, we took a raincheck.

In the meantime, self never received the book. She waited and waited and waited, and finally last week, it came. She knew what it was the minute she laid eyes on the package, because the postmark said Birmingham, UK.

She opened the book with great excitement, there was a picture of Raine’s mother:

What a gorgeous picture. And what a gorgeous book!

Will be posting more in a trice.

Stay tuned.

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DOWN

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When?

Today.

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Yes.

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We don’t need maps. There’s only one way to go, and that’s down.

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