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They’re coming from somewhere and going to somewhere and I’m in the middle of nowhere, but that’s fine by me, it’s just a something and nothing to get upset about. It’d be raining and that’s why I am slightly off centre, there’s a dent in the circle the world’s gone awry I’m dry though thanks…

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A fortune awaits

The travel back there to get home and to share the afternoon with my lady. It was a hard day a bread and dripping or a lard day but days like this come and go it won’t be remembered, but the afternoon will and the evening spent under the light of the moon will because…

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Missouri misery

There’ll be no more trains from the station this evening, she said, in a telephone call, no more trains there’ll be no more trains and I’m spending the evening alone. I relied upon Amtrak to bring you back to me and put my trust in those great iron rails, but the thought never arose that…

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Backfire

can’t find the right stimulation to escape from this tense situation, reputation precedes me leads me into a stalemate. they’ll over state the case just to put me in my place or to keep me deep in sleep which is how they’d like to sweep me underneath. but hells teeth and chicken feed I no…

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Wasting it

The cows came in twice a day and usually for milking, sometimes if it rained they came in anyway looking for shelter looking for hay I used to sit and count the ears on a sheaf of corn wishing I hadn’t been born into this, wishing that Julie Andrews would kiss me instead of Dick…

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Going home

It possesses you depresses you but you’re Morecambe rock through and through. I approach the trough of Bowland Northwest lowland, but high land and wooded too new ideas spring to mind yet like the branches of a tree I unwind into a Winter sleep ideas will keep they always do…

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Rushes

On the last step there’s a notice that points out that time is slipping by, it all depends on where you are or if the light is ripping you and did you ever notice that a notice never sees you and the ocean falls beneath me as I take my first steps forward where the…

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