eclipse Posted August 14, 2017 Share Posted August 14, 2017 The night offers me a bouquet of moons, my night time walks along the canal. Clouds above are like tourists, will the reach the Maltings?-canal waters sing of journeys they have missed. Evening shadows offer a selection of poses as the sun rises over the Wednesday market with its collection of muses ready to inspire browsers. I left a tear on the train track, an empty glass on the hotel bar, eventually the light will reach haughty eyes from the Beeston star. I placed a flower on the Crimean memorial, a bee landed, ghosts of soldiers left after being fed by paradise, relatives will track their ancient ties and pray in Saint John the Baptists' church-the wind outside is wearing the uniform of war walking across graves, there is at least one soldier the uniform Fits who shaves memories when a prayer passes through him followed by the eternally recurring bullet returning to its gun, fires of war echo in the sun. moon the oars man saves drowning spirits, their heartbeats echo in the final footsteps of the wind. Street signs ask me for directions to visit lost residents. Beeston stories have been told creating gold for a ring ready to make Beeston's hand gleam. I dream about a hand guiding clouds that rain silver on gardens and hives full of silver. Van Der Valk finds his own shining fingerprints on a gold band. Memories are like rain as it falls onto clouds reflected on the marina, fleeting rapid eye movements keep dreams afloat as visions of the day are replayed. In a dream a train stops before a tear, the moon takes the water with its many reflections and places it in a glass with a flower. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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