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Telepathy by Tom Bristow

In 100 Poems, poetry on February 14, 2009 at 12:27 am

Title: Telepathy
Author: Tom Bristow
Number: 60/100
Allocated postcode: EH8

Telepathy

and now the october sun is clipping
the last reach of trees
george square cradles the 4pm sunlight
before it melds
into the decline
of day melting
the trees huddled into a whisper
bleed the solitary sparrow
sheathed by shadow soaring southward…
and i’m in the box-shaped building
glassed
and you, the early-evening you
are young and elsewhere

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