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A Passing Thought in a City Cafe

I am a scribbler an arranger of words A recorder of oddities In the absence of truth A myth maker Or dream catcher remembering a life reflected In the eyes of the young My training days long gone Still pursuing … 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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By Omission

they are young, beautiful and certainly intelligent they make the coffee and serve at table they sound exotic with a foreign accent they are different they ask more questions than the natives but soon the politicians will interfere by omission … Continue reading

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I Knew His Older Brother

one monday morning travelling by train reading Robert Bolano’s The Romantic Dogs i thought of Him “Terry” it was the summer of ’75 or ’76 after 37 years a year makes little difference i knew his older brother “Alan i … Continue reading

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