Thursday, 20 June 2013

Dave's First Marriage

The blade of the spade severs an earthworm.
Bleeding, writhing but still shining,
the two halves go sliding,
each their separate ways.
Go on living for another
sequence of glistening days.

2 comments:

  1. The shine and slither of that last line is quite something - a great way of showing life.

    I love the rhymes along both vertices.

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    1. Just got in after a long, long longest day. The buses running late, filled with sleeping bodies on their way home from Stonehenge. This comment is the first refreshment I've had since then. Cheers WB.

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