A Poem For Friday – Wearing Silk

I am so thrilled and honoured to have one of my poems featured in the blog of esteemed writer and blogger, Esther Chilton.

My hope for this poem, when I wrote it in my head as I ran along the roads around Swanwick, Derbyshire, was that people would read it aloud. They can read it as from themselves to their true love or from their true love to themselves. Or, dear reader, from me to you.

Either way, I hope that you enjoy it.

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Many of you know Lance Greenfield and I’m delighted to welcome him to my ‘A Poem for Friday’ slot. Before you read his sensual poem, here’s a little bit about him:

Lance is the author of two self-published novels in the ‘inspirational fiction’ genre. He got into writing by submitting reviews as part of the BBC RAW (Read and Write) campaign a few years ago. There was huge enthusiasm for his reviews, so he resolved to post reviews for every book that he reads on his personal blog, Write to Inspire. He now just loves to write anything from flash fiction to poetry to short stories.

Although he has been writing poetry all of his life, he never shared any of his poems from the time that his English teacher told him that his poetry was rubbish when he was only eight years old until he was encouraged by a…

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About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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