10 x Time Placed Sketches

I

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Under a silent sky

the breathing forest.

Walk in

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Devilla Forest, Fife.

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II

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Another shadow

of time passes.

Seasons come

seasons go.

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Tuilyies standing stones (Bronze Age). Near Torryburn, Fife.

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III

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Ephemeral time:

a dragon’s breath

blown across

the sky?

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IV

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“Time Cuts Down all

Both Great and Small”

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Anticipated time

never arrives.

2 ROOMS available

1 taken, 1850.

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Dunfermline Abbey Churchyard, Dunfermline, Fife.

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V

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Only traces of

thresholds passed

time closed

arrested flows

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Merchant City, Glasgow.

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VI

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Disruptive time

tears the tongue

of Ouroboros

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New York City

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VII

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Wood and water

time stored flows

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Storage vessels

of city dreaming?

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New York City

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VIII

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Time passed

time remembered

the time of now

a time to come

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Bench outside St Marks in the Bowery Church, New York. In memory of Greta C. Ghee

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 IX

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Elemental time

a quiet creation;

In process

a living roof.

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Devilla Forest, Fife.

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Time stacked

seasons circles.

Stored memories – of

sun

the wind

rain

the saw.

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Devilla Forest, Fife.

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Now playing: Marilyn Crispell / Gary Peacock / Paul Motion – Nothing ever was, anyway. Music of Annette Peacock.

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7 Responses to 10 x Time Placed Sketches

  1. Thoroughly satisfying words and images as always. Lovely flows and shifts.

  2. I can talk for no one else but it works for me. The words like little chinks of light, just enough to gently light the images.

  3. I love these glimpses of other places, other times; they’re like wonderful postcards from the road. Thanks for another terrific post to savour, Fifepsy!

  4. Carringtonia says:

    These are lovely – thought-provoking and profound. Love the way you end it with ‘the saw’.

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