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Tony Hill

Updated: Sun, 25 Oct 2020 06:26 pm

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LINEN For two weeks now in this rented room we’ve sweated together, our every move only serving to fan the flames as they died, two fish out of water, panting and fevered, desperate for what little air the shuttered windows allow. I dream of what’s to come: two linen sheets we’ve put aside to make a bed, one as crisp as any service we might have paid for, two cool linen sheets for us to unfold, snap into place, a bed for us to lie in and to dream in, that new correctness against the skin, like a field of stubble crossed against the grain when the sun is shrouded in surmise. Two white linen sheets as cold as autumn.

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Blog entries by Tony Hill

NIGHT WALKS with SIL* (04/12/2020)

JELLYFISH (26/11/2020)

KITE (21/11/2020)

BULBS (14/11/2020)

COMPENDIUM (08/11/2020)

WEST (06/11/2020)

WOOD* (04/11/2020)

SNAGGERS (29/10/2020)

1963 (26/10/2020)

THYLACINE* (24/10/2020)

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Blog link: https://www.writeoutloud.net/blogs/tonyhill

Audio entries by Tony Hill

BLOW THE WIND SOUTHERLY (14/10/2020)

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Rose Casserley

Sun 25th Oct 2020 19:48

My dear friend Tony, sorry that I missed your 'invite' earlier on but one was in the midst of composing 😉 please forgive what may have appeared to you as an ignorant decline

but I can assure you twas not!

catch you some other time.

( Thylacine-wonderful wonderful poem-well done squire! )



Rose 💋

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Tommy Carroll

Sun 18th Oct 2020 15:30

Spot on Tony, melancholia is what I wished to achieve 🙂
T.

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Paul Sayer

Sun 11th Oct 2020 13:48

Hi Tony

Welcome to the world of WOL.

I am hoping that you are not too an infrequent visitor to the site.

I have enjoyed your musings since you joined and am looking forward to reading more from your pen.

I loved 'The Horses' it engaged all the senses in its reading.

Paul.

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