Tag Archives: view

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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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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Crossing the Street

Silent feet At the end of Dawson Street Muted by wind Stop or go… Colour dictates Red or Green Young or old… Age dictates Fast or slow Smiles or frowns… Mood dictates A view A fragment A thousand stories Walk … Continue reading

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Except for the Day’s Ghost

The best time of the day Is the train journey To the city Is the moment the building Empties And regains its integrity Is the scene from the third flor Window View uninterrupted….. A sky boundless Hosting an unhindered timeline … Continue reading

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No, Not Today

a sip of coffee a mood pressing on my forehead a view a busy pavement those buildings across the street the city traffic moving slowly the sound of rubber hiss and crease along the street a conversation at the next … Continue reading

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