AM Spence lives in Manchester, UK. She read literature as an undergraduate at The University of Manchester, and in 2009 she completed her MA in creative writing. Her work has appeared in: Mipoesias, The Muse - An International Journal Of Poetry, The Journal, Gold Dust Magazine, On the Rusk, Aleola, and Lunar Poetry.
Wild wind wearing a clearly new invisible suit, invisibly pushes through wildly-knocking tree leafy branches bare; invisible, with invisible-knees invisibly clapping, clapping, invisible-palms with invisible six-fingered-hands, with four thumbs up
in orange-october air; invisibly pushing, pushing through wildly-knocking tree leafy branches bare; invisibly kick-kicking up leafy leaf-piles up in orange-october air;
up, up leafy steep streets; invisible, invisibly strolling, invisibly untouchable, clapping, clapping, invisible-palms, whistling, whistling a clearly new invisible flute
with invisible six-fingered-hands: wearing a clearly new invisible suit,
invisibly kick-kicking up leafy leaf-piles up