Category Archives: Domesticity

and still – the dog walks me (first draft)

legs quivering, like a spluttering candle, I wondered if they would carry me down footpath and bridleways of Piper’s evening walk. I managed,just; then felt relieved to reach the portal of our shared abode. Exhaustion breaks me, the result not … Continue reading

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Cementing Relationships

CEMENTING RELATIONSHIPS Seeking a concrete image to convey a pre-stressed thought I lay foundations for a fettered space. The blue-print fails the structure falls far short of my emotion. Set in my ways, unable to explore the breaking strain my … Continue reading

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Twice Removed

TWICE REMOVED     Today the sky is one removed from second-hand   the space of window-door is boarded up   the new skylight reveals a mottled blue white   ceiling. And we sealed off held captive   to constructor’s … Continue reading

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