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Show Saturday

Grey day for the Show, but cars jam the narrow lanes.
Show Saturday
Kids scrap, freed
Show Saturday
Owners stare different ways with incurious faces
Show Saturday
Long immobile strainings that end in unbalance

Show Saturday

Rows/ of single supreme versions

Show Saturday

Pure excellences/ that enclose/ a recession of skills

Show Saturday

All well done,/ But less than the honeycombs

Show Saturday

Bound/ For far-off farms

Show Saturday

Back now to private addresses

Show Saturday

The ended husk/ Of summer

Show Saturday

Mugfaced middleaged wives/ glaring at jellies

Show Saturday

Husbands on leave from the garden/ watchful as weasels

Show Saturday

Business calendars

Show Saturday

Let it stay hidden there like strength

Show Saturday

Something they share/ That breaks ancestrally each year into/ Regenerate union. Let it always be there.

Going Going

I thought it would last my time
Going Going
There would always be fields and farms
Going Going
We can always escape in the car
Going Going
Things are tougher than we are
Going Going
Chuck filth in the sea
Going Going
But what do I feel now? Doubt?/ Or age simply?
Going Going

The crowd/ is young in the M1 café

Going Going

Spectacled grins

Going Going

You try to get near the sea/ In summer… (shift in poem)

Going Going

I feel somehow/ That it isnt going to last

Going Going

First slum of Europe

Going Going

And that will be England gone

Going Going

The guildhalls, the carved choirs…

Going Going

I just think it will happen, soon.

Church Going

Some brass and stuff

Church Going

Unignorable silence,/ Brewed God knows how long

Church Going

But superstition, like belief, must die

Church Going

And what remains when disbelief has gone?

Church Going

A purpose more obscure

Church Going

Who will be the last… to seek/ this place for what it was

Church Going

Some ruin-bibber, randy for antique

Church Going

It held unspilt/ so long and equably what since is found/ only in separation - marriage, and birth,/ and death

Church Going

26. In whose blent air all our compulsions meet

Church Going

A hunger in himself to be more serious

Church Going

Which, he once heard, was proper to grow wise in,