Pockets by Maxine Rose Munro








It’s the pockets I love. 

Bits of wood, cool 

rocks, dry blooms.

One day the world 

will no longer be seen 

for them in sticks

and stones and flowers. 

It will not fit 

into their pockets.


Maxine Rose Munro



Maxine Rose Munro is a Shetlander adrift on the outskirts of Glasgow. Her work has appeared widely in print and online journals, and anthologies. She was recently shortlisted for the Scottish Mental Health International Writers Award 2017. She also recently had a poem published online as part of the My Time project by Voluntary Arts Scotland and The Scottish Poetry Library.

Find her here www.maxinerosemunro.com