June 2019 Collage Poem: Going Back in Time

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Overhanging your tiredness

Coming home

 

Ah 60’s! Too young, let’s do it again.

60’s women, short skirts, knickers

 

Don’t look now in Blackpool

The man selling sand is here again

 

What comes before?

Silent silver surfing by the sea

 

Falling into the past

Looking back, we see clearly.

 

Footprints in the sand of disbelief

Nowhere to fly across the skyline

 

Discarded memories rearranged to

Tell another story going back

 

Walking in the footsteps of another time,

60’s music playing, freedom dancing, and intoxicated mind.

 

Bending down pink mini

Showing my bum… never!

Never in a month of Sundays!

 

Waving to myself

It’s all Greek to me

 

In Lindisfarne the sky is darkening

We will cross the causeway one more time

 

Bold, black ink

Still waiting to know the future.

 

Going Back in TimeJuneStockport Collage Poem

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Nigel Astell

Wed 19th Jun 2019 14:41

Early Starter v Seconds Out

Early starter
collage note
sets off

Seconds out
being written
Last line

Folded over
knockout finish
then overlaped

By none
other than
early starter!

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John F Keane

Wed 19th Jun 2019 14:37

It is an incredible piece that really does seem to walk us back through time to sunny 60s beaches and mini skirts, perhaps hinting at a lost or secret history in the process.

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Martin Elder

Tue 18th Jun 2019 09:08

I am impressed that you posted it so quickly John. I think this is possibly one of our most interesting yet.

Devon Brock

Mon 17th Jun 2019 23:03

"discarded memories rearranged...." YEEEEESSSSS!

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