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Seagulls roost - John C Lloyd & George Sandifer-Smith

Each day, seagulls roost a little

inland, in the tree. They rise, meet me

when light begins to cross the road

in the eyeline of my windows.


They follow the route

to a grass corner where rustling,

my bag of hardening bread provides

another breakfast, a new day.


Bio:

John C Lloyd is a Welsh writer and filmmaker. He has a popular following for various properties, most recently The Man In The Hat, a multimedia avant-garde science-fiction project utilising social media and short films accessible through YouTube. He also writes a blog on film and its history and context, The Science of Cinema, and is a keen apiarist in his spare time. You can keep up with his various creative projects on Twitter, where his handle is @JohnCLloyd4. 

George Sandifer-Smith is a Welsh writer and lecturer. His poetry has appeared in various journals and magazines including New Welsh Review, The Stockholm Review, The Lampeter Review, Ink Sweat and Tears, Black Bough, Ayaskala Magazine, The Daily Drunk, Melted Butter Magazine, Re:side, Wet Grain, and numerous anthologies including Poems from Pembrokeshire (Seren Books, 2019), To The Sofa And Back Again (Roath Writers Group, 2020), and Hit Points (Broken Sleep Books, 2021). You can follow him on Twitter, where his handle is @SandiferSmith.


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