I appear yet
To be swinging, gently
On a winter’s afternoon
In a deserted park I’ve known
For donkey’s years
The nouns remind me of Zeppelins
Which I know to be impossible
There is a breeze, barely
Enough to flutter a ship’s flag
In a few moments the world
Will return to me by choice
It will be the strangest thing
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