I liked it when it was Cathay

bring and buy wherever the eyes lead you and In Peking they’re leaking ingenious devices. I follow the old road, the silk road and eat mandarins for dessert, there are no ships in the desert only an ocean of sand, the land appears barren, but it’s only a mirage, a collage of life exists here…

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The China Crisis

A dose of Depeche, to lighten the mode or an ode to an Iron maiden who fading in her twilight would kill for one more spotlight. I’d kill too to get rid of the Who and who you may ask are they? It’s a sad day and a hard day night’s not far away the…

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Distractions

I think you have to click it twice before the light comes on, the dimwit thinks, feck this. a..because he’s Irish or b.. because he doesn’t like to swear. and though he doesn’t like to swear he swears it wasn’t him out there looking through the window shade. I clicked it twice and saw the…

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Coming to terms

The curtains are opened and the light such as it is at this ungodly hour stitches lines across the ceiling.   Last night I dreamt in Nomad (which is like technicolour but not quite as bad) and I wandered through scenarios where sunshine goes when it’s tired last night was wired to an electric fence…

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Taurus travel

   Meanwhile in China they’re lining a valley with polyester best not to ask why.   but they’ve dug under my skin with the way that they grin when you ask anything of any consequence.   and in Beijing while fishing for compliments talking with ladies from several of the continents, I learnt Mandarin or…

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The silk road

One fine day we’ll find China printed or stamped through everything made in Peking. Hong Kong, Taiwan? old school and they’re gone this is the new Cathay doing it their way one fine day…

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