The last streams of sunlight crawl through broken, bare branches,
as night falls,
and I find myself falling on the soft ground,
surrounded by grass decorated with frost,
half dead candles, that still dare to shine, long into the night.
I find myself falling to a place I won’t escape,
I’m dreaming again,
surrounded by my spells,
my sentimental attachments to things in the real world,
that I can’t quite reach from my casa in the clouds.
I think you cast a love spell,
because I forget myself when I’m around you,
I can’t breathe when I’m around you,
and when we are apart,
my heart is not my own,
my heart just sings a lonely song she wrote,
to show you that she was devoted.
Soft and sensitive,
I sing lullabies to the falling, dying leaves,
writing your name, neatly, across their spines,
placing them gently in my hair,
feeling them fall as I walk,
leaving a trail,
so I can be sure of all the places that I adored you.
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about the cruelty of fate, life after lockdown, the danger of umbrella terms, and your future.
Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including bad times at the beach, Boris Johnson vs Germany and Rebecca Long – Bailey suddenly having a lot more free time for her three day bender.
On today’s episode, Jennifer shares some new poems, and talks about jealousy, everyday witchcraft, her feud with Kylie Minogue, a later feud with Natalie Portman and what is to come after the summer solstice.
Jennifer also updates you on recent events in British politics, including Marcus Rashford’s campaign for free school meals, worried parents vs the government and the merging of the foreign office and the department for international development.