Monthly Archives: January 2017

Loot

In a hotel lobby late at night a small boy in pyjamas hands held tight with his father tiptoeing unseen two furtive raiders to a silent snack machine ”┬áChocolate for me !” whispers Dad “Crisps for me” says the little … Continue reading

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WOODLAND Haiku

Dappled greenness gently hung Round shifting shapes Sunlight on lamb-soft turf Beech columns reach cathedral-like The deep blue above A swaying mellow dome   Lichen rich leaf mould Bare-boned bark in chiaroscuro Forest’s ancient scent

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