Kathleen Jamie a poet and a writer of non-fiction. Her reviews and occasional writings have appeared in such journals as The Guardian, the London Review of Books and Orion. Jamie has also written for BBC Radio 3 and 4. Her poems have appeared on the Underground systems of London, New York and Shanghai, and one of her poems was recently chosen by the public to be carved on a huge wooden beam on the national monument at Bannockburn.
Bluebell at the wayside nodding your assent to summer, and summer’s end; nodding, on your slender stem your undemurring yes to the small role life offers you — a few weeks Continue reading
This is the moment the roses cascade over backstreet walls, throng the public parks — their cream or scrunched pinks unfolding now to demonstrate unacknowledged thought. The world is ours too! Continue reading