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On Fishing

f–shshshsh goes the line cast from the reel to be hauled in until the float, hook and wet bait                                      drip     … Continue reading

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Lickers of Knives

In 1992 Gary Oldman took my breath and several people’s, several characters’, blood away in a stunning performance as Bram Stoker’s Dracula. He was ruthless and cruel and very, very funny at times: “They say you are a man of … Continue reading

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Dropping Her off Outside the School (Pantoum with German line)

Being considerate, wie’s eine Mutter ist, she stops the car outside the parking lot. Being considerate, she does not insist, but lets it go, assumes the girl forgot. She stops the car outside the parking lot and dreams the kiss … Continue reading

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Breathless

She once breathed life into his own. Now, she’s breathless from the effort of walking ten yards from her bed to the dining table where his attempt at breakfast – gallant, but lacking knives beside the plates – awaits her, … Continue reading

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Black and Blue

As dusk lies between day and night there is a kind of dusk of dusk, almost as clearly defined as the middle of a draw-bridge. Black is the rising night (for night does not fall but rises from this ground … Continue reading

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