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Oasis

written by: Gavin Haycock

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sometimes when you fly over a desert
strange things happen with light in your mind's eye
far below
a seabed of cloud covers a great expanse of land
a swollen slow-flowing canvas cut through with uncharted streaks of orange
and I am at a loss
to understand these shimmering and molten amber pools
knife cuts scattered like burning dust storms
over the just-dead heat of the earth
in places
where there is no one
in places
where there is no water to reflect what is around you
in places
where there is only a bruised darkness
sometimes over a desert
strange things happen with light in your mind

Gavin Haycock

Gavin Haycock

Once a crime reporter, once a journalist and editor, then other things. Creatively, into poetry, crime fiction and short tales. A journey of many pages starts with words from one pen and all that ...
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