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Between the Showers

on a June afternoon sipping ┬átea alone in the old basement scullery gone… now bright painted off white outside the traffic rumbles unseasonal wind grumbles leaving the city street forlorn while between the sips shadows gather dance across the room … Continue reading

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A Candle

flicker, flicker a gentle dance a candle on a marble table sweet innocence it licks the air to sustain its life just like us however brief in Cafe en Seine on Dawson Street By Paolo Michell

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Watching People Going Home

sitting in a room of books the day has turned to night only a shadow of its former self the wind is whistling rattling pass the window panes autumn leaves-what remain dance or dangle by a thread silhouetted by fancy … Continue reading

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