Monthly Archives: April 2016

Leave a Sign

It’s a very fine thing To read, perhaps to learn Then sit, read again Broad and deep But do… Leave a sign! Just here and there Mark a path Tie that knot Write a note A gesture… If only to … Continue reading

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Memory Resides

In an April sky Memory resides… Clouds of renegade Gray Remind me of a time A city after the blitz A city pulled asunder Streets still in bits Of bread laced with Dripping When less than a shilling Got you … Continue reading

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It Howls…

In a field of green Two cars sit The rain has painted Brown The air will change To shades of red It howls… A silent shout A picture …not quite! An installation… Modernity… found out… Society framed In green and … Continue reading

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For Things that Went Amiss

Strange How odd, that buildings And spaces in-between Brews a lament For things that went amiss For people no longer here And, unable to return In a fissure of a moment Or in the melody of a prayer There is … Continue reading

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