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Pavements to fish
Out of water
Dissecting the lines between reality and imagination.
You are the missing link to my dreams
Having left behind in my childhood.
Fish out of water you wriggle in my mind
Leaving ripples that now re-surface time and time again
Out of water
Pavements to fish

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More poetry please!

Help me out collaborators - so far it seems to be a bout chuggers but that could change, and its written in html, but that coulkd change too. Some more keywords listed at the end of the page

 

 

Waiting like roses they crouch at the end

of broad ways , never budging until they spring wryly

asking loud enough to scare the crows, will you be my friend

and donate to a cause involved in healing , not shyly

but chugging. You say 'Fie , go' I haven't the time

 

wearing my trainers at the end of my limbs 

my red shoes are at the menders while the callouses subside

and the white earphones of my mp4 player

well I'll be bouga'd 

 

 

 

 

aravore

dreamcatcher

fun yum

ymca

king's head

kiss the sky

queen's

virgin active 

cefc

a view

baby ceylon

leila

broadway

change of heart

powder 

sherriff

dunn's

office dog

indish

gift

candy box

2 wheels good

the pharmacy

gill wing

jealous

m2m

momento

I do like the chugger poem Adrian, I almost forgive you for being a climate change sceptic.

Thanks James, I like this!

Incidentally Yeats has written a number of poems that feature fish who speak. Don't worry, I'm not misunderstanding your poem, just making the point that fish have some special signficance in our psyche.

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