A Sense of Fallowfield
By Cathy Bryant
Hear the laughing barging student’s running feet,
heading hopefully for myriad buses. Smell,
smell those buses and hot food and bustle.
Taste the excitement, the urgency, or
briefly for foaming coffee, fuel for it all.
See so many people, damp waving trees,
clouds rushing by in bus-like packs,
and feel the life, feel the snapshot life.
Cathy Bryant is an award-winning writer who is a regular on the live poetry circuit in and around Manchester, and at events around the country. Her poems and stories have appeared in Poems for Big Kids, Midnight Times, The Ugly Tree, and The Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. Cathy lives in Manchester and is passionate about the city, language, politics and passion itself. http://cathybryant.co.ukStats: