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Cast adrift

 A daylight moon guides my eye As far and wide I look on Rowing against the wind Holding the link for safety Taking it up and away From deep descending despair Until another goodbye You disappear from view  

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Response to ‘To a Mouse’ – Robert Burns Fae a Mouse

#burnspoemresponse #burnsday  Fae are ye tae speer at me An’ preach and prattle. Thou’d be best tae gang awa An’ tend te yer poor cattle. I’ve bin here a lang lang time, Skippen o’er the stubble Then alang comes thee … Continue reading

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tomorrow comes again

when you wash away the memories and losers win again, you can dig through the wreckage; pieces of a puzzle of the slain. let it all out for sorry triers; their blood on the hard ground, their closed doors are … Continue reading

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the coming

  onwards and upwards the birds rise, in quick sketches on the skyline, as the waxing moon leaves us within a bowl in the hills traversing the ribbons of road ahead; no distractions now, the target is coming near.  

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