Tag Archives: decay

In a Simpler Way

The skin looks dry Slightly loose No longer tight Nor supple smooth Years have added That virus…decay Each day To face and limb An extra wrinkle Or to explain it In a simpler way An ageing face Is a map … Continue reading

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In Vibrant Colours

On a train, journeying on the first day of the last week of August I see the rape fields have Gone…. that sea of Yellow Vanished the earth turned upside down…. brown cleaned and leveled scraped, left almost new Summer’s … Continue reading

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Within Her Gift

O blue sky still pleasant if a little less warm only september a station platform a daily wait to view to see the residue efforts of another time from behind the fence the half hidden wall at various stages of … Continue reading

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Promises of Decay

when did love start to bleed? tears of melancholy why did i not recognise its cry? when feelings reached deadends hard against cold stone walls then, rendered in ice eventually, they must crack stranded from a heart promises that turn … Continue reading

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