is The Friday Poem’s Spoken Word Poetry Editor. He is a postgraduate student studying global journalism with research interests in the intersection of the media, storytelling, culture and politics. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, The Focus and Forge Press, and you can read most of them on Medium. Bruno Cooke’s website is at onurbicycle.com. He has written four plays and one novel, Reveries, and currently lives in Sheffield with his partner and their cat Kylo Rennington Spa (the Purred).
Haunted, haunting, cursed and cursing
A good flow is like a fossil / it preserves the time
The wasp in the fig’s tissue, sharp as a slice of paper
Sky blue pink
Photo by Will Thomas