Watching TV with the neighbours through your bedroom window. Fantasizing about watching them watch you back.
In Lauren Gibson’s bad apple debut, Circe tempts us forward, beckons us to drink the potion and see men as the pigs they are.
Rebecca Lester writes of clashing teeth, bruised peaches and breath-fogged mirrors in this art-inspired poem for FRAMED!
Drawing structural themes from sudoku and haiku, this poem from Divyaa Kumar builds upon a history of finding and making art out of often discarded and rediscovered material
gorm hendo dances through memories of Degas girls and their made-up bodies in this prose poem for FRAMED!.
Is beauty always in the eye of the beholder? Kate explores the emotional spirals we can enter when looking at true love in the eye.
With sympathy for the villain Ketos and an enduring love for classical art, harold coutts forms a new poetic narrative of Perseus and Andromeda.
‘A weighted masterpiece’ from Brooke Soulsby looks to break free from restriction after feeling pressed down or moulded to stone by the expectations of others.
Ava Rose calls for ritual sacrifice via a hometown patriotism in this Pablo Picasso inspired poem.
“I felt like it was somehow a portrait of me.”. ‘The Fallen Angel’ is a resonate work for Gabriel McGregor and this poem brings to life the feeling of, “yes, this is what being nonbinary feels like.”
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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