Forecasts

Forecasts

When I look out of the window

I see a mist hanging

and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.

Like a dried tree,

a broken animal horn on my windowsill.

How long has it been there?

How long ago did the beast-

deer, Highland sheep?- die?

And that rusted wheelbarrow

upturned in the field to my right:

what was the last load it carried?

And to where?

Nearly the end of April.

We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.

This one presses down.

Who would dare predict

exactly what kind of day

lies behind that slow smoky grey?

Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?

Forecasts

When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 

lies behind that slow smoky grey?  

Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?

ForecastsForecasts

When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 

lies behind that slow smoky grey  

Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?
Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky greyForecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
lies behind that slow smoky grey?Forecasts
When I look out of the window
I see a mist hanging
and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.
Like a dried tree, 
a broken animal horn on my windowsill.
How long has it been there?
How long ago did the beast-
deer, Highland sheep?- die?
And that rusted wheelbarrow
upturned in the field to my right:
what was the last load it carried?
And to where?
Nearly the end of April.
We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.
This one presses down.
Who would dare predict
exactly what kind of day 
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Forecasts

When I look out of the window

I see a mist hanging

and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.

Like a dried tree,

a broken animal horn on my windowsill.

How long has it been there?

How long ago did the beast-

deer, Highland sheep?- die?

And that rusted wheelbarrow

upturned in the field to my right:

what was the last load it carried?

And to where?

Nearly the end of April.

We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.

This one presses down.

Who would dare predict

exactly what kind of day

lies behind that slow smoky grey

Forecasts

When I look out of the window

I see a mist hanging

and the trees look as if someone had spilt them.

Like a dried tree,

a broken animal horn on my windowsill.

How long has it been there?

How long ago did the beast-

deer, Highland sheep?- die?

And that rusted wheelbarrow

upturned in the field to my right:

what was the last load it carried?

And to where?

Nearly the end of April.

We’re always wondering what the sky will yield.

This one presses down.

Who would dare predict

exactly what kind of day

lies behind that slow smoky grey?

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