Roy DuffieldRoy Duffield

Roy is a man of few words. Said words can be read in Heliosparrow, Quadrant, Failed Haiku, The Crank, Mamba, postscript, Akitsu Quarterly, Silver Stork and The Journal of Wild Culture.

Place of birth: Eastbourne, UK
Year of birth: 1988
Current place of residence: Barcelona, Spain
Personal blog: drinkingtraveller.com


 

wrecking ball
begins its swing—
day-drinking

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

in the shadow
of brick chimneys—
laughing with coats on

Heliosparrow January 2021

                 head spinning
                   she spells infinity ∞
eskista dancer

The Mamba Issue 11, February 2021

rowing together
the two-hour journey—
dreaming of Anfield

postscript Issue 36, February 2021

        one
with zeros—
stifling office.

Akitsu Quarterly Summer 2021

how many days
hiding in my shoe?
fat cockroach

Akitsu Quarterly Summer 2021

high noon sun
scans the pages—
waiting for symptoms

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

worn, furrowed arms
sharing needles—
jumper for grandson

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

spring path
alive with birdsong—
severance check

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

last of the dew
steams off the fields—
alarm’s off

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

his terminal cough
waking me every morning
                      for 35 years…

Failed Haiku Volume 5, Issue 58; October 2020

the morning dew
soon gone, beneath
our passing soles

The Journal of Wild Culture January 2021

writing haiku
about green tea—
tea’s gone cold

The Journal of Wild Culture January 2021