Deryn Rees-Jones

Poet

A woman with pale skin tone sitting on a chair and looking at the camera Deryn Rees-Jones, by Rizwan Mirza, 3 June 2001, NPG x126174, © Rizwan Mirza

Collections include The Memory Tray and Quiver. Founder of LUPAS, a network bringing poets and scientists together.

and I remember the tears, your tears, and my tears

From ‘What It’s Life To Be Alive’ in Signs Round a Dead Body (Bridgend: Seren, 1998)

But my hands, beside yours in the sunlight, can’t refrain from singing as I hold them in my lap

From ‘The Songs of Elizabeth So’ in Burying the Wren(Bridgend: Seren, 2012)