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Stuart A. Paterson: two poems

SINKING On my heavy-legged way back from flames, coffee, poems at Rankine’s Bay the fading world surprises me with one last flare erupting goldenly over Torrs Hill. I’d stamped the fire, scattered still-burning logs onto cold rocks, was careful, considerate, … Continue reading

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Stuart A. Paterson

FROM HERE TO KIRKGUNZEON The clock says 8.15 but nature disagrees & seems convinced we’re in the Pleistocene, the Eocene or, at the very least, Kirkgunzeon. From Sandyhills the road, the rolling fields, the clustered humps of trees, the very … Continue reading

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