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Fragile Dismantling

Fragile Dismantling

– Poetry by CX Turner –

Featured in issue 15 of Dreamers Magazine and runner up in our 2023 Haiku Contest!

dandelion clock—
the fragile dismantling
one puff at a time

About the Author – CX Turner

C.X. Turner writes poems about dandelions, frozen fingers and frogs. She enjoys experimenting with Japanese short-forms and her poems and artwork have been widely published in a range of journals and anthologies. She was three times Touchstone-nominated in 2022.

She is a social worker and observer of life, rediscovering her creativity and always making space on her bookshelves for more. She enjoys working collaboratively with other poets and on solo projects.

She is part of the Wales Haiku Journal team, author of climbing frozen water (Origami Poems Project, 2023), anemones (Yavanika Press, 2023) and Building Sandcastles, co-authored with James Welsh (Literary Revelations, 2023).

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