‘Marriana’

by Aaron Cawood

Marriana.
The skyline horizon break between ocean, sky and shore.
The smell of parchment and kindled fires and muddy boots.

Water on a wooden boat.
Bridges across a stagnant moat.
Brass hooks along a winter coat.
Calligraphy of a tattoo quote.
The perfume smell of a love note.
An argument, an outvote.
Some poetry some teenager wrote.

Marriana,
keys and maps
and adventure.
Thank you.
Please.
Thank you. 

 

The Poor Print

The Oriel College Newspaper. Run by students, with contributions from the JCR, MCR, and SCR & Staff. Current Executive Editors: Tom Davy, Joanna Engle and Chris Hill

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