Robert Dummett Poems
- When Darkness Falls The moon slides peeling the orange ...
- No Tears For Me Stare not at tongues of flame and cry. I do ...
- Unpaid Bills Of Humanity Heaven has but hell to vanquish; ...
- Law And Order ‘Boys in blue' finger triggers sights on ...
- Anaemic Lamps Midnight. Shadows slip over the horizon While ...
- Some Sundays, Some Trains Sundays were special. I love to ...
- A Shift In History Heaven rolls up night's shadow When early...
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When Darkness Falls
The moon slides peeling the orange sun.
Seaward seagulls sign a truce of silence,
But cricket has not read the script
And bowls a babble to bats leaving crease
Running out for the night,
Frog, prince of the slime and puffed up like a
Pharisee notes the pitch, pulls no bull,
Hops and tosses a beamer in bass.
The beach buttons up its khaki suit
And sands the galvanize sea smooth,
Save for lover's slaps upon rocky heads;
The lighthouse stands as proud as a phallus-
To ships a friendly flasher,
To buoys a phosphorous professor,
A blast from a ...