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Railway Grass

Burnt rust on the tracks and the summer haze of hot breeze on metal junk roots

and coal black burns across this dry field.

Where crackling gravel sounds split the silence formed by distant voices.

Through this heavy scene the twig animal creeps to sniff the steel roots all barren and red.

and then scuttles to its hobo shade of cardboard and split-glass sparkle in the noon glare.

Invincible sun blurs all the contrasts and melts the day 

of trains that do not come and will not again.

Alex Brown

architecture, design history, cultural history of Europe, US, Asia, gothic, islamic, renaissance, baroque, modern, postmodern, 

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