from ‘Cut Flowers’
noon feels like eclipse or evening
read sun red then orange
wind gets up, taint right is it
warm cloud covers millstone
uncovers grit school on scene-set
greystorm children call, tractor growls
skydrop unfalling late white clover
fat bees on Michaelmas daisies drowsing
or dying, dede autumn winds pull
down weeds went hungry, will to
winter when seasons were
stronger quartered calls to
account labour, debt under
pretence orange moon
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