Sunday, March 17, 2013

Slide by Gary Hewitt


Scaled eyes
Ever watchful
One mistake
Is seen

Coiled hunger
Writhing prison
Savaged feathers
Forever lost

Sibilant rejoicing
Far above
Swallowed whole
Melancholy sparrow

Tunnelling down
Digestive maze
Drying husk
Shredded skin

Gary Hewitt is a raconteur who lives in a quaint little village in Kent. He has written two novels which are currently being edited. His writing does tend to veer away from what you might expect. He has had several short stories published as well as the occasional poem. He enjoys both writing prose and poetry. His style of writing tends to feature edgy characters and can be extremely dark. Some of his influences are James Herbert, Stephen King, Bulgakov, Tolkein to name but a few. He is also a proud member of the Hazlitt Arts Centre Writers group in Maidstone which continues to grow from strength to strength and features an eclectic group of very talented writers.

Street scene photographed by Adam Lawrence.

Tartufi is a San Francisco-based quartet featuring magical harmonies and unique compositions. Their new album, These Factory Days, drops March 25th. 

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