Tag Archives: landscape

Woven Like a Fabric

approaching winter awakens my focus on yesteryear perhaps the notion of life, society and the eternal circle though modernity is still an infant struggling to be ever new confident, even arrogant each day must be different manipulated where necessary yet … Continue reading

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In The Dark

each day a landscape new! blends with the sky colours! green and blue where is the truth? hiding in the roots growing in the bark in the dark-Truth! By Paolo Michell

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Just in Passing

how interesting it is travelling by train the many diversions the landscape natural or man made affluent or hard press beautiful or ugly intriguing or boring the conversations loud, or barely whispering mobile phones ringing private or business has an … Continue reading

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A Crumbled Blanket

today clouds weigh heavy on the landscape ambiguous and gray crumbled an uneven blanket across the sky threatening whispering, rain is on the way the ground already damp a scouting party during the night station after station the aspect stays … Continue reading

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The Air Turns Sweet

green and cream the summer hedgerows weigh heavy since the fall of rain bowing heads to passing trains summer evening painted gray the landscape still cattle pensive til that ¬†gray is cracked and pools of blue bulge through the dullness … Continue reading

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