Poetry: "Biometric Geometry" & "






biomorphic geometry



magic genes are magic beans making

the stalks grow strange ly

creates re / sist / ance

cropping

fractured treebones

eek-o-log-y

herbicidal maniacs engineering re /vers / al





lang leah


in the swathe of densely annotated corridors

everything becomes a poem the ivory render splayed / shimmering/ lurking

among the dark conifers / boxed blackwater a salty batch of words to weave & wave shepherds now lost / like rough highways in the stolen pauses & a thicket beckons from the

ether’s lonely imprint

take me to the lizard landscape / where all the words I ever knew / the worlds I never knew /

whirl helter skelter / finding their place their space / blameless / aimless / seeking respite

despite buffering snapdragons envelop me & gorge






UK based neurodivergent writer Jane Ayres completed a Creative Writing MA at the University of Kent in 2019 aged 57. Her work is in Lighthouse, Streetcake, The North, Acropolis Journal, Selcouth Station, Kissing Dynamite, (mac)ro(mic), ubu, Crow of Minerva, Beir Bua Journal, Ample Remains, Sledgehammer and The Forge. As one of the winners of the 2021 Laurence Sterne Prize, her first collection edible will be published by Beir Bua Press in April 2022. Jane tweets at https://twitter.com/workingwords50