‘Depths and Surfaces’ Glance 2/3: Transformations Poems (Book 10)

Collaborative project c/o ArtiPeeps #Transformations after Ovid’s Metamorphoses – Book 11 deadline after Yule 🙂



George Braque Metamorphoses

February 2013-March 2014

17 poets, 15 months, creating 1 contemporary reworking of Ovid’s Metamorphoses

See the Transformations Page for more details or the ‘Present Collaborations’ Tab


Poems Inspired by Book 10


Nat Hall and Richard Biddle


Wild Vows

by Nat Hall

You don’t want to hurt me,
but see deep how the bullet lies*


Before lone gods,
mice and strange priests,
we hunted down our wildest
I, da daughter of
the stringman
in love with chords…
But as we put words in a cage,
they grew feathers, talons and taste for
blood and flesh.
I carried mine on nameless hills,
through sly mires,
peat bogs,
cold swamps;
you long drowned yours
inside poison you always took for
night’s nectar, and
walked away,
………….walked away,
………………….. walked away.

No need to throw stones in the wind,
I walk though life…

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