This poem was created by ‘Playground Literacy’ workshop members at the SOLID conference at Buckfast Abbey. It emerged from a group exercise using prepositions – apologies that I am unable to name-check the authors.
Under the Ancient Abbey
Under the ancient abbey lies an unopened tomb of a lost queen.
Through time she had travelled, through stars and galaxies.
Towards the moon she flew, her skin sparkled and her dark locks flowed like a comet.
Until her invisible earthly bonds drew her back to the ancient abbey.
Inside the abbey that she has guarded since her untimely death.
Over her tomb you should never tread, if you do you’ll end up dead!