by Serena Piccoli

In a brownbricked semidetached house
in winding Spring Road, Wrecsam
in a snaking row of brownish hours
a man staggered a pumpkin
in a damp kitchen.

And then
bricked silence continued.

It was too orange\too round\too calm for him.

And that
was just the beginning of Autumn.

Serena Piccoli is an Italian poet, playwright, performer, artistic director. Her political chapbook silviotrump was published in 2017 by Moria, Chicago, USA. Her poems have been published in anthologies and magazines in USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Nigeria, Italy and Romania. She mainly writes about political, environmental, social contemporary issues with a touch of irony, both in English and in Italian (her mother tongue).She is a lesbian feminist human rights advocate. Twitter: @piccoli_serena. Stella Bellow is an illustrator currently attending Parsons School of Design in New York City.

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