We Can Only Be Onlookers


The call precedes

the chorus of arrival

A delphian chant

from an ancient score


We can only be onlookers



of the long






over the Forth




on song


          – Fading                                                          – – faint


– – – far                                                                            – – – – beyond


Our horizon


We can only be onlookers



Limekilns, 4th February 2018

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2 Responses to We Can Only Be Onlookers

  1. ianwight says:

    … on-looked on you earlier today, from Bo’ness…

    Ian Wight PhD FCIP GTB Senior Scholar, City Planning, Faculty of Architecture, University of Manitoba.

    Leadership as Service – For Good, In Love, With a Smile

    Email: ianwight1949@gmail.com UK Landline 0131 558-1215 UK Mobile 07484 620924 Website: http://www.ianwight.ca

    “All is but a woven web of guesses” Xenophanes


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