Ghosts and a poet

Kay McKenzie Cooke

Kay McKenzie Cooke

I find myself increasingly surrounded by ghosts, which is not as terrifying as one might think – in fact the opposite – there is something comforting and wholesome; fulfilling and perpetually astonishing; about my life being held and directed, inspired and observed by those of my blood who have gone before me.

If you would like to read more about Kay and her ghosts, and read two of her poems, then click on The Poets and select Kay McKenzie Cooke.

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