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Tuesday, 11 June 2013
these rain drop darts
colder than we'd thought...
copse to field
then field to lake
and back to copse.
Our eyes have followed it
above the heathered hills.
We are agreed
the shower returning
airborne in the sense of everyday
seems not to touch the surface of the lake
so bright the light reflecting there.
and the lake's arms open,
welcome back the darts
which pit the surface.
each with its tall steeple
placed dead centre.
(Strange, I had not noticed them before.)
Short lived, of course,
as everything is bound to be
in such a spiralling universe.