An extract from the title poem of Ion Corcos’ pamphlet, A Spoon of Honey, published by Flutter Press.
Spoon of Honey
I thought coming to a barren mountain,
sheer cliffs full of shadow,
the lone eagle, dry cuts on the slopes,
I thought that I would find
If I walked beside
stone walls, picked up fallen rocks
and looked beneath them,
that I would find my name.
A spoon of honey,
a corridor underground…
The pamphlet, A Spoon of Honey, is available to purchase here.
Ion Corcos has just had four poems, These Mountains, Nitsa’s Garden, You Are Not You Anymore and Distant Island, published in Underfoot Poetry. You can read the poems here or here.
A Spoon of Honey, a poetry pamphlet by Ion Corcos, is currently available on Lulu with:
‘10% OFF print products, plus FREE mail or 50% OFF ground shipping! Use code: BOOKSHIP18.’ Expires July 23.
Purchase the book through Flutter Press here.
Nine Muses Poetry has just nominated my poem, Like Sweet Figs, for Best of the Net. Lots of thanks to the editor of Nine Muses Poetry, Annest Gwilym. You can read the poem here.
A Spoon of Honey, a poetry pamphlet by Ion Corcos, is currently available on Lulu with either ‘free mail or 50% off ground shipping’. Use Code: SHIPIT2018
Discount ends tomorrow.
Purchase the book here.
A short review on Ion Corcos’ pamphlet, A Spoon of Honey, by UK poet, Helen Mort.
‘The lyric, elegant poems in ‘A Spoon of Honey’ question what we’re really looking for when we set out seeking ‘the truth’. Ion Corcos’ quest yields subtleties: winter nests, trees hung with bitter oranges, night rain and wild sunflowers. It offers countless imaginative possibilities.’
A Spoon of Honey is available now at Flutter Press.
Ion Corcos has just had his first pamphlet, A Spoon of Honey, published at Flutter Press. Ion’s work focuses on memory, place, truth and finding a sense of self. You can purchase the book through the Flutter Press website.