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Last roads

, oh know, just that, nowhere, this one brings me back. Where do these last roads begin and end, in our minds. Are we forever traveling down last roads as we imagine only for them to have no beginning or

, oh know, just that, nowhere, this one brings me back. Where do these last roads begin and end, in our minds. Are we forever traveling down last roads as we imagine only for them to have no beginning or

Out there



Halfpenny moment

28-06-1914

3 foot ruler

ABANDONED

About Tomorrow

ABSURB

Acceptance

ACCESSORY

ACROSS THE LINE

ADVERSITY OF VANITY

AIMLESS

ALTERNATIVE BELFAST

AMERICAN DIPLOMACY

AND ALL THAT THERE

AND NOW....A WORD FROM BRIAN

ANGELS

ANGELS CARING

ANGELS FALLING

ANNOYING SUCKER

ANYONE

AN INOFFENSIVE MAN

ART OF LIFE

ASKING A QUESTION

ASSUMPTION

AS WE CHOOSE

ATOMIC NUMBER (6}

ATTEN--SHUN

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hedgerows
 
Remembering sights and sounds of long ago
my memory drifts, to old laneways and hedgerows.
honeysuckle, primroses, blackbirds trilling
their sweet songs in to lazy days.
 
Scrambling around the farmers feet as he sweeped
his scythe, cutting the corn readying it for the miller.
sheaves binded with a single stalk of corn.
Fields of collapsed gold. Time passes, things change.
 
Shire horses noble and strong, straining to pull 
orange coloured carts loaded with hay, memories prevail
off those singular moments, lying atop the hay
passing time on an erstwhile summer day.
 
it seems only yesterday though
Memories like the fields, lie fallow in my mind, waiting
for the touch of time to urge me once again to
wander old laneways, past hedgerows laden with honeysuckle.





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