This poem uses language unusually; it confuses singulars and plurals, misses out articles, making it strange and memorable. It reminded me a little of Ted Hughes, a little of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Mark Totterdell

Gram Joel Davies lives in the South West of England. He has published widely in UK and international journals, including Magma, Envoi, Lighthouse, Under the Radar, The Moth, Tears in the Fence and The Interpreter’s House.

His poetry collection Bolt Down This Earth is published by V. Press and has received positive reviews.