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Feathered Born
by Mark mark.wells21@btinternet.com
Sunday, November 09, 2003

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FEATHERED BORN


 


Nocturnal depressive in my way,


Hearing only an internal boom,


Wind warped skies changing day.


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Haunted houses smoking towers,


Greeted by suggestive fragrant flowers.


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Landing on a spiky hedge,


Finger like twigs demanded death,


Swaying precariously on a ledge.


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As furls pipes greater blew,


I embraced many tears my body flew.


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Over dwellings fumeing towers,


Like an arrow dreamy,


Violating misty showers.


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A roving eye not deterred,


On souring an ebony bird.


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Hunter not held by fears,


That guides by moon and stars,


Wandering loaded skies amongst scanty tears.


 


 


 

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Reviewed by Kate Clifford 11/9/2003
Very deep write that could be read different ways.
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