The Common Measure of Wind

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The Common Measure of Wind

The wind from north, we poke the fire,
sparks’ playful obligation,

sharp blows from east, bedevilled cold,
it is as we observe.

The breeze from west, sea foam is blowing,
conscious always, going lea

soft from south, oft overlooked,
weather clips a broken sentence.

 

 

Remixed text from my 1991 Winter Journal
and Bleak House by Charles Dickens

 

 

 

 

 

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