F W Finney
Severine At Porter Station - Poem by F W Finney
strewn on the edge of a railway platform
five tiny lighthouses flashing
across a concrete harbour on a windy July night
flickering mylar on the coast of a twilight dream
rain platter-plops on the shelter roof
silent voices still sing to the mind
like echoes in white copper tunnels
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Winter 1990-91, Number 99, Vol. XXX, editor Menke Katz. (New York, USA) .
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