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The Hunter


He sniffs


1234512345A mouse

123451234512345He’s found

12345123451234512345He sniffs

1234512345123451234512345He smells

123451234512345123451234512345A mouse

12345123451234512345123451234512345He fells


It runs

12345He stalks

1234512345His claws

123451234512345Like pins

12345123451234512345Flash swiftly


123451234512345123451234512345His meal

12345123451234512345123451234512345He wins.



© Jeni Braund

Picture 10271205, watercolour painting by Malcolm Greensmith, circa 1980, image copyright Mary Evans / Malcolm Greensmith Collection



Jeni Braund has been writing autobiographical poems since her childhood in the West Country during the 1940s and 1950s, with early titles including ‘Westward Ho!’ and ‘Child of the Sea’. Her childhood was free of modern-day restrictions, her playground being the cliffs, rocks, and beach that bordered her North Devon village home. Nursing, marriage, family life and a growing faith have also shaped her work, as have her Open University studies in Psychology and Comparative Religion. Her 40-year career in nursing began at the age of 17; during this period death and dying became a specialist subject following a six-week residential course at St Christopher’s Hospice studying under Dame Cicely Saunders. Here Jeni found her teaching vocation, developing courses for professional nurses. Her collection of poems, Heartlands, was published in 2016; all proceeds from the book go to the Anthony Nolan blood cancer charity for their lifesaving work. Jeni gives talks and workshops in East Devon on Journaling, Poetry and Nursing. She has three short stories in Tales of Deepest, Darkest Devon, a fact and fiction anthology from the Exeter Authors Association due out in March 2020.