Sophia Mold

Kept To Remember

A room well lived in
Sits around me
Surrounds me
With memories
Cards pinned
On the notice board
Messages of feelings
Felt for one another
Receipts from dates
Collected forever
His and her shoes
Lined up together

Curtains pulled back
A small window
Throws dull rays
On the spots
Of imperfection
Papers strewn
Across the desk
Clothes bundled
Left on the chair
A thin cover of dust
Lays on the surfaces
Easy to wipe clear


Sophia Mold is a university student from the UK, studying English and Creative Writing. She also works as a poetry editor for The Lincoln Review. Sophia is an emerging poet and has previously been published by The Lumiere Review, Vaughan Street Doubles and Siren Magazine.

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