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A Woodland Walk

Towering cathedral trees stalk gospel clouds as they wish away their leaves and brace themselves, stiff for the approaching winter. Breath mist freezing in the crisp vital air with every step squelching splatting disturbed mud paths to nowhere and everywhere, … Continue reading

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Second-Hand Camera

This old second-hand camera has seen more than I have. It caught time that no longer exists but it couldn’t keep hold of it. It doesn’t have that kind of grip. Beauty and pain; this camera was there. It sits … Continue reading

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An Unholy Script

Special friends, They come and they go. Death and desertion, They play leading roles. In this showpiece That is your life, Your collection of memories Come at a price. The soundtrack may be frantic, Never quite organised. A vaguely familiar … Continue reading

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Cigarette Smoke

Orange juice and newspapers full of bad news, about banks and wars, maybe political scandal. Full of bad news; of that I am satisfied, certain in fact. Glancing over headlines while the smell of cigarette smoke from last night lingers, … Continue reading

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