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Watershed

Dark and brooding Clouds are gathering Grey and menacing Sinister In their character They wait… Here’s hoping the train Will out run their post An airborne watershed Primed to burst…   Thatcher Doran Advertisements

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Morning Song

Across a morning sky White wads steadily Accumulate…clouds Drift and shift Changing form and narrative An ancient language Beyond words and verse Beyond installation and place A blue canvas in transition Troubadours in space Clouds…in silent bellow A story unfolds… … 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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A Day Slips

The rain Cold and wet Returns… To wash away What remains…of an afternoon Dark clouds Paint a sky…battered and bruised Ignores The anxious twilight As another darkness Creeps Hissing like a snake The day finally trips Softly slips Underground Soon … Continue reading

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An Ambience of Apprehension

the West is moving East morning sun has gone did its bit now, waiting for the rain to come cafe staff rounding up the empty chairs about to close a sky swelling up with ominous clouds pregnant with mysterious words … Continue reading

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Silent Libraries

Clouds  are the libraries where silence reigns historians of the earth …..with cotton wool stacks of memory waiting to fall as rain   Thatcher Doran  

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Before Sleep

evening sky before twilight folded clouds enormous pillows enticing sleep   By  Paolo Michell

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Travel

the silence of the clouds keeps pace with the train By Paolo Michell

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The Colour of Virginity

those silent clouds are leaving the city heading west perhaps to the ocean skywalkers celestial dream catchers secretive passing over the deeds of men carrying the tears of the earth innocent in white floating wads of cotton wool but only … Continue reading

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A Crumbled Blanket

today clouds weigh heavy on the landscape ambiguous and gray crumbled an uneven blanket across the sky threatening whispering, rain is on the way the ground already damp a scouting party during the night station after station the aspect stays … Continue reading

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