Wuthering Waters

Wuthering Waters

3 November 2016

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Remnants of the blood

Oozing free

From my wrists

Open palms where there were fists

The fruit in the tree


Of life’s shades

We gathered sunsets

From rewards

To regrets

One hand gives the other gets

Highways from the skies


True shun lies

The wayward promise

The point miss

Take to spades

Buried corpse Heart to liver

The strong deliver


Two coins

They twirl together



One dark weight one light feather

Alternate abodes


Fear erodes

Semblance of the faith

The meek wait

Their weight stance

Of the pathways in between

The dark and the sheen


Love implodes

Where humble meet wrath

Princely names

Playing games

At peaks where torrent explodes

Wuthering waters


Reading of the poem: 

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The Day before You Came – Tanita Tikaram


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