Sunday, 14 January 2018

windows

first dream
reflecting in the window
a woman's face

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overcast
behind the fogged up window
a black cat

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new calendar
a picture of the moon
on a frozen pond




Tuesday, 9 January 2018

the smallest universe



warm day a workmen's portable toilet

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clear sky
strawberries find themselves
in last night’s rain

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alien megastructure
a speck of dust
on my glasses

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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

going too far...

going too far..
i eat my
horse

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trip to the dentist
a crocus pushes through
last years leaves

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november rain 
a baby’s cot left out 
for the bin men

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goosegrass my son’s grip

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

a cautionary tale of wanting to describe being a blancmange if you’re a chocolate eclair


He spends his whole life trying to find objectivity - he looks under rocks; 
he goes to country markets; he visits brothels. etc. In side of it all a 
spider tries to speak walrus; a planet tries to be a confectionary stand. 
A triangle asking for a sweet bun upon realising it is a triangle and has 
neither money nor an appetite, breaks down in tears - why can’t i be 
something else it mutters.


cursing the rain
a man
in a raincoat

Saturday, 30 December 2017

giraffes barely dressed


the giraffes
barely dressed
- hoarfrost

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study desk
a reflection of
a cloud

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day moon
a heron standing on a
frozen pond

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covered in snow the snowberry

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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

[first line omitted]

[first line omitted]
stars are such
arseholes

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underside of a gull day moon

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autumn sky
a sheepdog’s
blue eyes

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light reflecting
on a friend’s a gift -
long night

Tuesday, 19 December 2017

uncovering turnip bowls and southampton


The pressed wallflowers woo the stepdaughter w/ dried snapdragons. Her backbone is Southampton - a rare birth defect. The wallflowers look for a serum in the old town’s snapdragons. 

amongst the 
fallen leaves 
a robin’s ticking call

They walk from Bargate down the old medieval routes trying to avoid poisoners. The old town path is full of bulges, 90 by some accounts, and many anemone moons, 30 by some accounts. Aware of the Georgian finger breakers and the hothouses the wallflowers mask their wingspan.  

a drunk props up
the old town walls 
winter breeze

Of all the viewpoints of a watermelon the church warden still sharpens his arrow. The traffic goes the way of seafood. Edward the 3rd sowed these wallflowers in spite of the French. Southampton wants to become a country maiden. Some doctors believe that yeast accelerates the disease.