Eyewear wants to offer 40% MORE poetry this weekend - so here is a new poem by Chrissy Williams. Williams lives in London, has had poems in The Rialto, Dial 174, Orphan Leaf Review, Fuselit, Rising and Southbank Poetry and was recently included in The Rialto's Young Poets feature. She has poems forthcoming in S/S/Y/K/4, works on the Poetry Library's digital magazine archive and is Joint Editor of the world's first bespoke edible poetry magazine: Poetry Digest.
Beating the T-Rex
The alarm stretches out its arm
and grabs me. I am torn from
giant chorizo-style sausages in the Westcountry
roadtrip mystery I am solving with Quintin,
Julie and a small American Foxhound. I forget
how to stand my ground against the T-Rex
and instead of drifting six miles up into the sky
I turn and reach my hand out, looking for the sound in time.
poem by Chrissy Williams
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