Now, dissolved in each other, blue and green
suspended in the sky without compounding,
glowing, embedded with last nightís old paint
unable to be separate, carried.
Earths multiply and take hold, brightening increasing.
Still allís more a palette than a picture.
No sea except those spaces without lights,
the land much slight darkening in oneís memory
with expectation of the sunís rising;
of which we shall make sense without much thought;
and be visible, clear and coherent.
It shall soon fall into good stability.
UNFRAMED GRAPHICS by Lawrence Upton
42 pages; A5 paperback; colour cover
Writers Forum 978 1 84254 277 4
Dept of Music
Goldsmiths, University of London