Accidents on tracks

Accidents on tracks

1 April 2016

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Whisper soft

Bathe me in cotton

Breathe me in

Breathe us out

Garlands of smoke on a cloud

Coursing through your lungs

 

Stay revel

Under mists of fate

Cast the spell

Show and tell

Like children discovering

Seal the iron ring

 

I will bring

Yesterday’s anthems

Cast again

Nations’ song

We flock to where we belong

Birds of a feather

 

Steel leather

They bind but the frame

The mind free

The soul high

I wish upon highest skies

Over green valleys

 

Show me maps

That I may seek you

In journeys

Of resolve

We broil more than we solve

The mind a weak tool

 

Stay in six

Pleasures confuse me

Like railways

They split us

Carriages roar North and South

Accidents on tracks

 

Reading of the poem: 

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I keep having to choose again sometimes different videos as people keep blocking videos for whatever rights on music and images, leaving me and the reader/listener/viewer with an empty video link. Sometimes the video blends in still with the poem and is meaningful but often only the sound experience remains. Apologies for that but I can’t help people making their videos private or youtube just censoring everyone. I had to replace Nu – Man o to and Floater by Waldeck. Sometimes I don’t even know what to replace as I was not writing the names before and therefore don’t remember which video conveyed my groove at that point in time when I was writing the poem

Nu – MAN O TO (Original Mix)

Memories – Waldeck

Jamaican Bistro – Waldeck

Floater – Waldeck

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