This month in our Cornish poetry series, we have Melanie William’s poem about her grandmother Joan. Gingham not silk, linen not sable Plain stitch and cross stitch Displace embroidery.  All honest, simple practical A frank face, impish smile, open heart, Recall the early, stronger, taller Joan.   In childhood group, large-eyed She looks on piercingly…Continue Reading “Poetry: Joan”