After ten red daybreaks and evenings of swirling lights
I turn my poems into breath and scatter them
for the birds to continue their hushed rise and fall.
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You’re the king of Ekka poetry Graham – haha – really love this bit:
‘After ten red daybreaks
and evenings of swirling lights’
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