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Julian Dobson: Two poems

Divette beach Change comes golden, grain by grain, on a spent spring afternoon, sea icy warm, lichen sunflowering black granite, a half-breeze cradling a small oblong of heat; change arrives in finger-strokes of waves, the stop of a gull’s cry, shoes placed side by side, a half-breath, … Continue reading

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Julian Dobson

Blood moon Between Orion and the Plough a blink of wing-lights. We watch our shadow tip across the moon. In valleys unwanted light puddles, spreads. On Stanage Edge the breeze is fluid as family, the glittered sky brittle as dried … Continue reading

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