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Poem – Untitled #23 – Written on a Train

Written on a train, some years ago The tail-end of dusk, Its softness making beauty of the world The distant horizon pinked up in pastels Beckons to eternity While leftward lies darkness Gathering all to her endless embrace. The trees now shorn to subtlety Are framed against the remnants of the sky Trees, hedges, houses […]

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Grey dawn, you welcome not my spirit to the day

Grey dawn, you welcome not my spirit to the day. Locked deep in winter’s embrace, the depths of January Are moribund of hope, and I can but think on Spring To keep from despair and an endless sojourn in the soft arms of sleep. The day does not begin but seeps in, in sluggish batches […]

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Why this nothingness where once a city

Why once this nothingness where once a city Who will answer? Only the wind.

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