Tag Archives: fingers

Waiting at Platform One

Winter sky Late Sunday afternoon travelling westwards Waiting at platform one Outside the flagman kicks his toes Then, whistles go…. Leaving the city station the evening light is Jekyll and Hyde to the left broken blue With wads of cotton … Continue reading

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Fingers To Remove Our Blindfolds

i spoke to a real poet last night what else! we agreed that questioning is the backbone of life! to come and go as we please no apology, no excuse the question mark(?) is the key to many doors fingers … Continue reading

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Awakened From Its Slumber

at night train stations exposed and naked empty alone, except for the company of the dark except for the silent cries of isolated islands of light pinned and needled numbed by the fingers of the night a pending awareness…. waiting … Continue reading

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The Mother of Ambiguity

trees are changing those fingers stretching veins are smelling quietly pumping despite the weather those bullying elements trying but nature is defiant its ambiguity assertive awakening to Mother the unseen By Paolo Michell

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