Boxing Day Party – by Jinny Fisher


Her father looms towards her.

Brandy breath engulfs her face
as he prises the soda can
from her fingers –

wraps them round a glass:
raspberry gin –
it’s sweet, like fruit gums.

She watches the open bottle tilt
in his hand. Acid slides
to the back of her tongue.




Jinny Fisher is a member of Wells Fountain Poets. Magazines include The Interpreter’s House, Under the Radar, Tears in the FenceProle, Strange Poetry, and Ink, Sweat & Tears. Commended and placed in national competitions, she is  committed to pushing her outreach ‘Poetry Pram’ around festivals for random readings: 

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