8.12.13 by Andrew Taylor

Five bags
through
light rain
books
paper
Lowland league
Classifieds
acceleration A453
light rain
sheen
wipers
when dry
gather dust
for painting
train mapped
GPS
sync
bridges
rivers
water
red stream north
white stream south
frightening pace
wagons
lorries
coaches

spray sheen
White roses
in a vase
on a shelf
above the sinks
the thrum
of hand drier
pre-weekend paper
Brie
wild cranberry sauce
roasted red onion
rocket leaves
A black breakfast tea
of boldness depth and character
invigorating any time
good job
it’s Grouse not Bell’s
can you see if they
have got a mouse?
home baked
mince pies
warm from
the oven
festive coffee
may your coffee
always be hazelnut
despite 7.00 a.m.
getting the better
of you
wake with
the sound of rain
dashing the window
streaks
darkness
bare trees
remnants of flood
damage
Rick got his feet wet
see the words
written
in the back bedroom
Songbird 2011
transfer & reflective vinyl
on aluminium
102 x 66cm
installed on the outside
of Tank Gallery 2011
Verse taken from ‘This
time of night’ by
Andrew Taylor

First published
in
And the Weary are at Rest
Sunnyoutside Press 2008
courtesy of the artist
direction
via mobile technology
wander through from
the front courtyard
miss ask directions
prints
cafe
lockers
books
tea fresh coffee
for Emma
mince pies
released
from the air tight
container
before the five
hour drive
home
to
London

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