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An Evening Holding its Breath

Journeying home At the tail end of a day Whitewashed With doubt and lies Even the sun had gone Inside Left a shadow in its stead The train will stop at every Station Slowly working its way Pass the corrugated … Continue reading

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Swollen

Sky is moving Swollen Silent beast Landscape slumbers Winter sleep City train travels Pricks the grey-ness With its steel Trees are brooding In the silence Wet with melancholy Whispers There is a gathering…. Elemental arrival Imminent Hiss and spit Sun … Continue reading

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Controlling the Mind

the juggle of bone and soul the hum and rhythm of wheels on steel a bright afternoon’s sun sitting on my eyelids featherlight but my¬†thoughts¬†are elsewhere stuck in the sands of a questionable humanity the sophisticated West unwilling or unable … Continue reading

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