John Murrry

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Biography of John Murrry

If space and time, as sages say, Are things which cannot be, The fly that lives a single day Has lived as long as we. But let us live while yet we may, While love and life are free, For time is time, and runs away, Though sages disagree. (TS Elliot) Hi to everyone, After not writing anything for 14 years I have decided to start again. I write from simple and shallow to deep and abstract - all in-between-no rules! Hope you like some of my poems. I have never really tried to publish or shown them to anyone before. I have never received any feedback up till now so i would welcome any comments good, bad or in-between and give reviews freely to others Best wishes to all, John

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Dream Slip

A dream slip - as a night flick rolls
beyond weak grip and outside find

A lesson draft - sub-conscious holds
not recognised - lost verbal mind

Electric pulse - rebuilding portraits
without light - no trace becomes

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