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ARNO’S FIRE

ARNO’S FIRE . .. The swollen Arno overflows, only the wicked river knows A trail of umber sediment, borrowed nuggets of rose-gold Beneath the merchants tables, its soft, princely belly gored The flower of the Medici on laden, merchant-vessels moored … Continue reading

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GLASGEE

glasgee finally we come to the city of Glasgow, served by the fresh waters of the Trossachs, nestled at the base of the verdant west and the wild plains of the east, It is the driving wheel of those two hubs of commerce that prompt … Continue reading

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FEEL

. .. feel   . .. When you can’t see you long to look through wooden blinds, an open book When you can’t hear you yearn to listen waiting for falling snow to glisten When you can’t speak you want … Continue reading

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