Isobel Dixon

Isobel Dixon is a South African poet who lives in Cambridge, working as a literary agent. Her work has been published in The Paris Review, The Guardian, and more. She has also received many awards for her work such as the Oxfam Poets for a Better Future Prize. Her collections include Bearings, Weather Eye, and A Fold in the Map.

Weather Eye

‘Weather Eye’ by Isobel Dixon is a beautiful poem about childhood. It describes the routines that controlled a speaker’s life during their youth and how they miss the order and family time.

Weather Eye by Isobel Dixon Visual Representation
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