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Silver Screen..
by Raina Hutchins

The girl said on the silver screen
A tear in each blue
Please don’t ever leave my love
For if you did, I’d die

I yawned and switched the TV off
I’d seen that film before
And in the end it all came right
Just like a million more


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On Trains - edit
by Scott Sowerby

The lights from the station platform
Flicker on the floor of the carriage
As the train pulls away into the dark

My fingers and toes counteract
The toing - froing, pushing
Hard into the floor and handrail

Under the my fingers white
Knuckled stoney eyed. I stare

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An Ode to James Bond
by Baramundi Roy

It all began with a car chase
zooming around all over the place.
Then with the girl jumped into the boat
all others sank but they kept afloat.

Into the plane they both then went,
got shot down but survived the descent.
Lots of fights and so action packed
much more of fiction than of fact.


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Shane (A Childhood Memory)
by Baramundi Roy

Rooted in the ground defiant it stood
stronger than steel though it was made of wood.
It was stubborn and determined to stay
but it had to go for it was in the way.

Each night they would attack it together
with an axe and spade, with horse and tether.
A stranger alliance could ne'er be found
trying to remove this stump from the ground.


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Shane (A Childhood Memory)
by Baramundi Roy

Rooted in the ground defiant it stood
stronger than steel though it was made of wood.
It was stubborn and determined to stay
but it had to go for it was in the way.

Each night they would attack it together
with an axe and spade, with horse and tether.
A stranger alliance could ne'er be found
trying to remove this stump from the ground.


......

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An Ode to James Bond
by Baramundi Roy

It all began with a car chase
zooming around all over the place.
Then with the girl jumped into the boat
all others sank but they kept afloat.

Into the plane they both then went,
got shot down but survived the descent.
Lots of fights and so action packed
much more of fiction than of fact.


......

Continue reading
On Trains - edit
by Scott Sowerby

The lights from the station platform
Flicker on the floor of the carriage
As the train pulls away into the dark

My fingers and toes counteract
The toing - froing, pushing
Hard into the floor and handrail

Under the my fingers white
Knuckled stoney eyed. I stare

......

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Silver Screen..
by Raina Hutchins

The girl said on the silver screen
A tear in each blue
Please don’t ever leave my love
For if you did, I’d die

I yawned and switched the TV off
I’d seen that film before
And in the end it all came right
Just like a million more


......

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