turning pins for temperament.
Alone and alone.
The mutes placed to shape silence and set
a single string to sound, and then against
another. Wires squeezed and stretched to find
harmony in difference. No sooner fixed
the strings shift again in air and time,
and the music played.
Kris Spencer lives in London and has written seven books. Kris is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and works as a Head Teacher. His poems are published internationally. A focus in his work is sense of place.