No sun – no moon!No morn – no noon –No dawn – no dusk – no proper time of day –No sky – no earthly view –No distance looking blue –No road – no street – no ‘t’other side the way’ –No end to any Row –No indications where the Crescents go –No top toContinue reading “November”

‘Wings beating about the room…’

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Through the hollow of an ear;
Wings beating about the room;
The terror of all terrors that I bore
The Heavens in my womb.

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