Tag Archives: Thoroughfare

Friday Night (Poem)

Rags and feathers, African Mask, shuffling across the street, shambling through the crowds. Finding its spot, sitting cross-legged, pulling an instrument from a knapsack. Alto Saxophone. Rag encased hands run through tuning exercises. Squeaks and squawks rumble forth from the … Continue reading

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Friday Night

It starts every friday night. It emerges from the dusty side streets, rising and fading, dancing between the waves of night tide particles, prefect music from a concealed faraway deep within the villages side streets and alley ways, basements and … Continue reading

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Night Sketch

The shop fronts illuminate the street the sidewalk. The signs turn from green to red and automobiles motor onwards. As the vehicles clear people can be seen milling about the thoroughfare. Some are groups, some are solitary wanderers. Gradually the … Continue reading

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City At Night

A cool and crisp night in the city is illuminated by its skyscrapers, its vast columns of light. Their radiance reveals a vibrant metropolis with a enlivened population, exploring the mammoth urban jungle. On the ground level street lights kindle … Continue reading

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