Rapids

Do you wake up trying to remember what flying felt like or is it just me? dreaming the free fall, the curtain call and seeing just how tall I can grow to be in my own super hero fantasy, but it’s trying to remember what it felt like when flying that irritates me…

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A wonderful world in print

I knew it saw through it she’s an algorithm of a blue whodunnit in the library with the rainbow book, I took a look and read pages lasted ages sorted out the tigers from their cages in the library with the rainbow book. She bet me and wouldn’t let me get closer to her than,…

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The autopsy turvy

That sinking feeling sixty fathoms down below under the ocean where sleeping giants go. done it, woke up on a sea bed with my eyes popping out of my head, swallowed salt with Davy cried save me when only the dead could hear me, and no one near to see a drowning man…

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Off the chart

He responds well to treatment we’ll give him some more and we’ll get to the root of his problems. The cuckoo’s nest that one flew over was a different one to the one that’s here sheer vanity or? don’t say insanity, but he did, well we’ll get rid of him. We get a close up…

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Poppin’

Thursday is a good day to try something new, something I do now and then it’s also a good day because it’s one day from Friday and that’s something that does me real good and real good is like good but more real. I was thinking of after shave but that means I’d have to…

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Roll call

I am missing a cog that turns the wheel that powers the spindle to make things real and I feel that if I feel that I’ll feel terrible. There’s no one out there everything’s on screen your life’s been pre-recorded, what you live is someone’s dream. when you think of interaction the film slows to…

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Prominent veins

Stand clear it’s Thursday today and Friday is near to the surface. I’m still tunneling through the underworld or underground making ground but carefully one step at a time which is all I can manage in a carriage that’s choc a block with passenger who are taking stock of their situations. and I got myself…

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Cuts short

I dreamed a summer day today but it never worked out that way, it’s blowing a gale time to put on our coats man the lifeboats we’re going over the side. And it’s wakey, wakey someone takes me from sleep to this. always half out hanging in and it’s usually the end before I begin…

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Home tuition

Delighting in spending my nights in with you. The shutters open silently on a nineteen twenties documentary, we’re reading the elements of chemistry, molecules in the chain…

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Waiting for sunrise

I play Ludo but I haven’t a clue though about how the rules go. Mr’s Bun is from a happy family apparently there are families more than happy to put their faces on playing cards. The coffee kicks in my eyes start to pin and you think I’m high. There was no chemical element abused…

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The progress prize

Vibration moving along the outskirts, sensation, something hurts and you don’t know why keep one eye on the ball the other will be blind to the writing on the wall and the prophet tells me that in all probability things will look up. me, an addictive personality will get hooked on it a fait accompli…

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Around the edges

When I am back on the brink again thinking this time I’ll sink again and someone sends me the link again to find my way back to the brink again it’s time to take stock, time to use the unlock code hit the road seeya later…

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About the things he does

No one in particular is not very particular about the things he does I adhere to the principle that  to be a prince and not a pimple one must have a purpose. If I need fine tuning they’d soon put me in or put the boot in and that wouldn’t suit me in the slightest…

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Asparagus soup

When it’s three fifty one and the coffee pot’s on with the hot buttered toast on my plate I wait until three fifty three and then decide I want tea like the weather I am changeable. but enough about me, really? no only joking. Out to the balcony smoking a mackerel it used to be…

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This train is departing

Eyes down for a full house on the underground London Town where care is a carefully used commodity It’s all about the numbers cram them in rinse and repeat then get them out. 91159 they’re sitting fine and dandy in this carriage which is not so handy if you’re me and you’re stood not good…

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Are we there yet again

Cast off stop knitting start swimming we’re all drowning. it’s not quite time but it’s a quiet time and that’s good enough. Someone takes pity in New York city and drops me a dime but the city is played out like an overworked mine and a dime is all I expect. Dreams. On the streets…

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Cherry bombs

Lean over too far and you’ll fall and when you fall you’ll learn not to lean over too far. I like to lean just to tempt fate (fate bait) I rise up to meet on my own two feet the breaking of every day, long may it remain that way. On Friday which is a…

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Catch this

4:04 and that’s not an error it is the time or maybe it is an error and not the time and of course now it is not the time as time has moved on, something I should do but the coffee tastes so good and the music on the phonograph is soft and warm like…

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The interrupt

Programmed to fail but the rogue programme sails on into decimal places where few people have gone. Is it that time already?, said Teddy, who was going to a picnic with Yogi. The answer on the street, it’s time for us to meet But it’s Thursday, exclaimed Friday who was sat under a palm tree…

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Toggles

Happily ever after Wednesday are the Thursday things I like to do such as waking up and taking up from where I left off as sleep chanced upon me. It’s good here and I can see a chink of light where the day and night fight for control. And when it’s that time which it…

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