Oxford Street:8am



oh wow. you painted such a clear imagery with you well-chosen words, Davy! 🙂

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I like how ‘wired’ is almost read as ‘weird’ here.

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    I wish I could lay claim to such brilliance David. The joy of a poem is in the hands of the reader so thank you for bringing that to the fore. I appreciate you visiting the blog and taking time out to read and comment.


Doesn’t sound too pleasant 🙂

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Beautiful 3 lines poem which could be interpreted in so many ways….the picture is also brilliant…

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Hmm.. sounds busy! I’ve always wanted to ride one of those London buses. ^^

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Brings back tortured memories. Perfectly captured here, Dave.

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I love this! The “sucking in and spewing out” aligns us to the systems that we have become – brilliant!

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No problem, and thank you for the follow! 🙂

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