The view from my room: a crumbling wall. Until sun beams though brick shaped gaps, when I glimpse the world beyond; gardens wild with valerian and dogrose, mistle thrush and fox. Shade reveals closer mysteries; old cement tracks filled with velveteen moss, seed heads raised, like tiny triffids, seeking light.
The above was written and published as part of The Nature of Light Workshop, organised by Amanda Tuke. Great fun and very challenging to keep to such a short word limit! You can read the anthology here.