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A Dirty Toy
I see it, the dead dirty doll
There between the sleepers of tracks,
And the creepers of weeds
I see it with its weathered cracks,
A Silent Scream Screeched Across Eternity
Diluted pupils
Stare and burn holes in the sky
Ragged breath rips the air and silence
I crumble where I lay.
I Fell In Love With A Summer's Evening
I fell in love with the feel of the soft damp grass,
And its caressing flecks moving Between my toes,
The moist damp soil felt cool against my bare skin
As the sun bent so low upon the horizon,
Grinning Wound
Smooth skin,
So pale it seems to gleam
As if in florescent light,
A glancing blow
Folds And Circles
(more an idea i'm slowly begining to appreciate)

I see, I think,
Unclearly, but sill I see,
Late one eve
whilst conversation runs loose
of a weave, thanks to family food and booze.
The Regret Of Regretting
only now does the sun come,
Only now do the scales melt
From my hand
Like gleaming frost in the morning light
The morning sky so desolate, silent...
Drenched a bloody red,
Clouds like wads of soiled cotton packing a messy wound,
The pathetic fallacy apt I think, the day we lost ourselves.
As The Crow Clawed The Earth
On distant and beleaguered horizon flocked a solemn crow,
Silhouetted against the dank and beaten blue bars of sky,
A frantic haste abetting its flustered and frustrating flap of feathered wings,
That stirred the icy air in sickening gusts about its shivering carcass,
Against The Wall
There she stands in silhouette,
There in shadows and sorrow
She stands, back to the world,
Hunched shoulders bearing

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