Katrina Naomi

‘All The Sisters I Never Had’ by Katrina Naomi

A new poem from Katrina Naomi, ‘All the Sisters I Never Had’ published by Oxford Review of Poetry.

Please be aware that the poem has a theme of miscarriage, which might be upsetting to some people.

Katrina wrote the poem while she was tutoring for Ty Newydd, after hearing the poet Mona Arshi reading poems about the loss of a family member.

Katrina’s most recent collection is Wild Persistence, (Seren, 2020), which Liz Bury describes as ‘a collection to win readers and then pull the ground from beneath them’. Wild Persistence is also available as an E-Book.

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