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From Spirit of Postman’s Park by Pat Mary Brown

Certain things we do perceive here, though dimly, as if through mists. Fountain waters rising, falling, turning again. Plane trees rooting down, reaching up. On the earth beneath, tiny plants, sharp yellow/green, a-trembling, a-dancing in spring air. Dying leaves drifting … Continue reading

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Everyday Heroics by Jackey Smith

  Everyday Heroics Love, you leave me breathless, fired by curls of hair along your arm or chest and now my heart’s a storm blown rag, fearing every gust or thorn, the dangers of a cut throat’s prowl, the mastiff’s … Continue reading

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Postman’s Park by Astrid Sutton

. She walked away again from St Bartholomew’s Hospital, raising her face towards the watery sunshine distilling itself through the cloud. The day had been quite warm but there was a sense of the start of a new season: holidays … Continue reading

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A soundtrack – for those sitting in front of the tiles in Postman’s Park by Gail Golding

Sip your cardboard cappuccino. Feel the smooth warm cup against your lip as you sit taking your break, eyes glazed, dazed by last night’s late. Rest your thighs on the cracked wooden bench, split open to the seeping damp, your … Continue reading

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Memorials by Phyllis Lane

From Thameslink to Little Britain passed a scrubbed-up magnificent St Paul’s without scaffolding. In the graveyard neat green lawns,pruned trees,spring primroses in geometrical plots,budding daffodils and crocuses/ crocusi? Young lovers in bronze hug closely forever. Cleaned statuary shows crisp foliage … Continue reading

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