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On A Dorset Coastline

A Poem by:

Anthony Bavin

Colourful Bar


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(When one was younger, affairs of the heart, little indiscretions, were fun. Getting caught however, when you really hadn't thought through the consequences, wasn't quite such fun.)

The playful breeze,

Called 'Catch me if you can!'

Then ran away,


The sun kissed you,

The sun kissed me,

And we drank from the same cup,

That's called



Earth mother,

Pulled us in her fold,

And in the crushed grass,

We told

Each other secrets,

Secrets of our souls,

And the breeze laughed,

And the sea murmured

It's approval.


Yesterday's dreams,

Today became reality:


Turns it's face,

Shuts out the guilty secret

Of this contrived adultery.

The dealer deals the cards,

And the Joker smiles,



Anthony Bavin
Copyright © 2000

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