Tag Archives: smell

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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Philistines on a Friday

in the corner in the leather chair a glass of water on a table round and marbled I hide from prying eyes from dubious tongues words and gossip alas, lunch is over well, almost over though a glass of red … Continue reading

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Like A Rash

the air clings to skin brooding warmth sticks to everything today wasn’t quite as good as yesterday there is a mood, a lingering prediction the ever presence face of change like a rash, it comes and goes yet, just below … Continue reading

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The Smell of Meldew

Familiar sounds echo in my head Repeat, repeat in my mind The fundamentals tugging on a piece of string Humanity Pulling in opposite directions Then, thoughts go walkabout in the city park Through the side gate they slip in The … Continue reading

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Dripping Diesel

as a child there is a memory alas now fading a smell on a cold December morning warm grease dripping diesel forming pools in a sort of blue shimmering forever lingering rows of carriages under cast iron canopies green and … Continue reading

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Dead Days

why weep for days dead way past their best very soon smell of mildew lingering…. you become a fool is that the best you can do change new for old refresh that stale breath Yes! while you still have days … Continue reading

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Subdued

this morning the sun is subdued a simple white disc no radiance the sky hyjacked by a great grayness low and dense with a snail like pace smothering the earth elemental power silently, painlessly conquering contracting the minutes into blindness … Continue reading

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