This poem is taken from Stand 231, 19(3) September - December 2021.

Ben Verinder Two Poems
Cooking omelette for Stalin’s daughter

There is no whisk. I use a fork.
The kitchen, in the Elizabethan wing  
smells of mould. I fold the mess  
of eggs, sprinkle chives and salt.  
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