By Arnold Dyer

Arnold Dyer

Arnold Dyer lives in north London with his wife and three children. He runs a small advertising firm, and in his spare time moonlights as a fashion designer. Many years ago he won the Somerset Poetry Competition, and in 2016 published a pamphlet of prose poems called Gravity Probe B.



Elizabeth   You look out windows wearing purple and blue— complicated and uncomplicated. My words grow quietly, pampered and symmetrical like snowballs I will throw at you. But, for now, we work— our silences rocking together like sleeping cats. .