Rachel SutcliffeRachel Sutcliffe

Born 1977 in Harrogate, England, UK
Residing in Huddersfield, England, UK
Rachel has suffered from a serious immune disorder since her twenties, throughout this time writing has been her therapy, it’s kept her from going insane. She is an active member of the British Haiku Society and several online writing groups. Her work has been published both online and in print.
URL: https://projectwords11.wordpress.com/


 

hospital ward
the hum of machines
she no longer needs

Cattails  May 2014

 

long wait
knitting the tension
into a scarf

Cattails  January 2015 

 

paving stones

stepping round the cracks

in our relationship

Cattails  May 2015 

 

another grey day
only raindrops
ride the carousel

Cattails  May 2016 

 

mindfulness
the art of treading
on thin ice

Cattails  May 2016 

 

spring cleaning
I free the sun
from the spider’s web

Prune Juice  issue 19 July 2016 

 

family Christmas
even the dog
bites his tongue

Failed Haiku January 2016 

 

childhood friend
I bury my innocence
with her

Failed Haiku January 2016 

 

the remission
only temporary
false spring

Failed Haiku April 2016 

 

last of the light
leaving the hospice
in silence

Failed Haiku August 2016

 

the child
there never was
winter sun

Failed Haiku September 2016 

 

through the seams
of the pall bearer's suit
autumn chill

Failed Haiku September 2016