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Retell a Lie

I have forgotten their faces Eyes through the cafe glass A casual diversion… But it’s not A glimpse of the world As it stops and starts Traffic lights, green and red A view from the table With permission to look … Continue reading

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What Makes You Stay

what is it about a cafe that makes you stay beyond the empty cup stronger than the taste of coffee more intriguing than the ambience people, I think as they come and go with a variety of masks feelings often … Continue reading

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Jigsaws I Suppose!

it’s 7.30pm i’m staring at faces on a moving train a habit of a sort jigsaws i suppose arranged in seats perhaps, they’re thinking about sport or politics contemplating sex, tonight! young men coolly glance at women pretending to be … Continue reading

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Creating a Moment

across opposite seats her dark eyes hypnotic as only brown eyes can perhaps? she was curious then i turned my stare seemed inappropriate the sound of two men in conservation oblivious to open ears privacy cannot survive on public trains … Continue reading

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