Jupiter by Kayleigh Campbell





Kayleigh Campbell





Kayleigh Campbell is a second year PhD researcher at Huddersfield University. Her pamphlet Keepsake was published by Maytree Press in 2019 and she also won the Gloucestershire Poetry Society open competition the same year. Twitter @kayyyleighc


About This Poem

There’s a dialogue around shape poems - mainly that they are superfluous. With Jupiter, I wanted it to represent the planet visually. I think this adds power to its simplicity; I wanted it to be a poem as art. 

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