Guest Poet Wuthering Heights – a poem by Benjamin Fastnedge

*Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë is one of my favourite novels and I have visited the Brontë parsonage at Haworth in Yorkshire a couple of times. I loved reading Benjamin’s poem and I hope you do too. ❌Carolyn.*

©Haworth Parsonage/ciaodomenica
Wuthering Heights

The jawline of the moors chiselled

By craggy stones with sunken marsh mouths

Swallowed in years of hollowed anguish

A fleece cloud overhead Rambles across the sky of torment

Before fading in to a grey slumber

(This poem is inspired by the novel and film versions of Wuthering Heights.)

Wuthering Heights – a poem by Benjamin Fastnedge