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Lost at Traffic Lights

Each morning through the same Glass I see the city street The same routine…almost Except for collateral minutes Lost at traffic lights And the morning changes… People take a second Breath But still stare ahead The beat, the pace… Only … Continue reading

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Begins…

The smell of fresh-cut Grass Carried on the breeze Overwhelms the air Swiss rolls of sand-coloured Hay Lie still… Like bodies in field After field Just waiting… While the ground slowly Turns to green As the autumn months Unfold The … Continue reading

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One Tenth of a Moment

He stands on the damp yellow grass Staring at the avenue of leaves the canopy of memories still green with a desire for dreams   Thatcher Doran

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Flirtatious Folds

from this view through the glass beyond the man-made wall those curvaceous rounds from ancient times has shaped this fjord whose solid folds lay silent as in sleep and yet flirtatious despite those veins of Time those wounds of birth … Continue reading

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It’s That Time Of Year

green is slowly turning yellow autumn chill settles in alas, summer holidays done and dusted school is back the same, but different…. early morning traffic manic darkness creeping in It will insist on staying longer it’s that time of year … Continue reading

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The Lush Green

the lush green drips weighs heavy by the evening rain gray sky prepares for the approaching night a train cutting through the June air fast tracking as it were to my destination By Paolo Michell

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Almost

almost every day just after noon a capuccinno waits under an arched window on a green marble table a mirror also waits beckens the stage is set reality is now concaved a familiar face greets me each day but the … Continue reading

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