Last spring, I was biking to Feringasee through fields of rapeseed and wrote a poem. Scribbled it down quickly at the offensive lake and then tumbled it a few weeks until it was smooth as a river stone. Today, I’m pleased to announce that it was published on Spillwords. I’m overjoyed to see this poem spread a wider ripple. This one really unleashes my pent-up feelings about the lockdowns here in Germany and attempts to capture the every-changing emotions of civil unrest.
Published by K.Hartless
K.Hartless is a persistent poet and eclectic fiction writer. She’s been recently published in Luna Station Quarterly, The Last Girls Club, Edge of Humanity Magazine, Pure Haiku, and Spillwords. Her blog, Yardsale of Thoughts, blends fiction, poetry, music, and art to create new experiences for readers. View all posts by K.Hartless