It's good you're reading them!
I'm less than happy now with the third word, _into_
I'm thinking of _within_
The height, you see, isn't that great. No Cornish heights are, not once
you've been up any kind of a mountain, and Tregenna Hill is a mere bump
So I am chewing the cud over this
Thanks for your readership
On Mon, September 26, 2011 23:32, Douglas Barbour wrote:
> I read them all, Lawrence, but dont always have much to say beyond that
> (as with the next little one),
> but I like the 'looking down' here...
> On 2011-09-25, at 3:47 AM, Lawrence Upton wrote:
>> Looking down into heaped chaotic sky.
>> Tumbled clothing of watery cloud overcast,
>> showing much strong white. A small fishing boat slowly disturbs the
>> tranquilised bay, followed by gulls flying themselves wave height
> Douglas Barbour
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UNFRAMED GRAPHICS by Lawrence Upton
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