Moor-clutching fingers
softly sink ‘neath seas
of living heath-breath,
blown into the livid hillside’s longing surge,
high waves rising
to a moss-bedded heaven,
tide turning
to a turfy breast
of wide-sufficing rest,
re-making her—daughter of the heather  

Meet the Poet!

Julia Biggs is a freelance art historian and lecturer.  She lives in Cambridge, UK.  Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Crow’s Quill MagazineVersificationWords & WhispersNot Deer Magazine and Hungry Ghost Magazine.  Her current research explores haunting seascapes, the culinary uncanny and the delicious excesses of the Gothic mode.


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