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from Moving Pictures (1st draft. 7 min.) (London Inferno Section)

Acton Town (West London)

to be seen right
to the shagged edge
the action is leaving
us craning for the corpses
the college of good industry
the collage of what comes
what may comma coma
sometimes dense
sometimes a new city
not a wry gamble
say say I’m best
forgotten say say
to be seen a love catch
no dogs no cycling
don’t climb the fence
don’t climb the walls
to be seen in the blinding
white eyes sucked back
to dispute the philosophies
of night

Comments

Joseph said…
I love this new series!
postpran said…
thanks Joe :-)

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