This spring-time snow Has a curious glow. It's unusually bright For a landscape so white, Under skies overcast That threaten more snow. In spite of this light, The wind has a bite, A chill icy blast 'Cross a park that is vast. I come in from the cold, Not feeling too bold. My mind's still outside, In a space pale and wide. I find it hard to adjust, Even though I just must. The others are jolly; I can't catch this mood, My presence seems folly.
I had walked across Victoria Park on the way to the centre,
and felt like a polar explorer by the time I got there.
I thought that lunch and a beer would sort me out.
I'm just standing here, My mind filled with fear - Will I ever get my panini? I think it's in a kind of griller, But heating it up seems to take forever. I missed out on my breakfast, Feels like I'm doing a real fast.
If I had just been told, I'd rather have eaten it cold - I thought it was a baguette.
Upstairs they're about to start, And I'm not there to play my part. I may as well sip my beer.
Ah well. Once I had eaten I felt better, and got into the spirit of things.
I went to a lyrics workshop, run by Lady Paradox, who is absolutely
amazing and gifted.
Both these poems were started off on the day, then tinkered with since.
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