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Morphology of the

Please enjoy one of the poems from ‘After the Battle of Kingsway, the bees’ by Surrey’s Poet Laureate Renée Sarojini Saklikar’s.

Morphology of the

By Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Let lists suffice, those rubbed, we that assemble:
Cardo, stipes, galea, and palupus.
The City, our essence, we might communicate,
syllable, grammar and line, beds violet, wild thyme
were we to find, cracked cement, east side court
Labium when extended, the cardo,
slender, in the laterial wall, we—
might not meet, nor share anything, a glance
on the train, commonly, as short as half
the stipital length. See here, we gather
at the steps of public buildings where once
protest put down. Many genera.
there came a time, when soldiers rode, guns cocked.
Through the cardo to the lorum, winds breathe
around condo cranes, City of Night, wander
spray cans in hand, fill our shoes with sand.
O for a hundred thousand
homes we might call to,
all the lights coming on at once—