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This Room Sits

The room with a view Architecture and politics Looks down Upon the minions of a city Now, the noise has gone Except, for the dripping Tap That soft inflection …voices Drinkers after work This room sits Innocent But a witness … Continue reading

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A Bleeding

for some peculiar reason after tea and cake perhaps a notion? delicate after ink has stained an innocent page words arranged to plain…. the turmoil of a heart a bleeding I am overcome by weeping   Thatcher ┬áDoran

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A Requiem For Childhood

these days are peppered with thoughts of childhood inquiring minds questioning exposing the various shades of reality before colours lose their texture and honesty acquires dubious interpretations yet there is a willing acceptance a child’s eagerness to trust before the … 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 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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