Three poems in Fenland Poetry Journal

The UK’s Fenland Poetry Journal is a lovely small format print journal from England published twice a year by editor Elisabeth Sennitt Clough (also a poet herself).

Spring 2021

It’s such a pleasure to have three poems of mine appear in the spring 2021 issue of the journal:

“These Fugitive Wings”

“Landscape Without Snow”

“What a Fragile Thing a Year Is”

The journal features poets local and from other spots around the world. It’s quite unique.

Cover of Issue 4: Spring 2021, Fenland Poetry Journal
Issue 4: Spring 2021, Fenland Poetry Journal

Published by Dagne Forrest

Dagne Forrest lives and works in a small town just west of Canada's capital. She shares her life with several other humans, an athletic labrador retriever who suffers from separation anxiety, three cats, and a small flock of chickens. Her poetry and creative nonfiction have appeared in journals in the US, UK, Australia, and Canada. In 2021 she was one of 15 poets featured in Canada’s Poem in Your Pocket campaign.

2 thoughts on “Three poems in Fenland Poetry Journal

  1. Hi Dagne
    I have just read your work Lost in the Woods 111 on poetry pause! I love it! I will check out more of your work!
    You are an inspiration. I am a beginner poet at 73., also inspired by nature.
    Kind regards from one of the fire zones – Kamloops, BC.
    Val (aka Valerie Dawn) Theroux

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    1. Hi Val, thank you so much for the generous and kind comments. I’m so touched that you took time to find me here and to share your response to my poem. I think it’s wonderful that you are starting out with poetry at 73. I also started late compared to people who get an English degree and an MFA (none of that for me) right out of school. I think it’s never too late and it’s a wonderful thing for mind and heart! You’re living through a tough season in BC, my thoughts are with you and your neighbours. Stay safe.

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