Winston Plowes’ Second Found Poem from Outside the Poetry&Words Tent

Winston Plowes camped outside Poetry&Words every morning, inviting passers-by to take a spin on his poetic cycling machine.  Here is the second of the poems he created in this way…
Winston Plowes by  Maisy HowellPhoto by Maisy Howell
 

Between

 Between them there was a fantastic wheel of love

The light came through like a chain from heaven

A tranquil journey

just off the map

on the open track

urban sweat, country rain

Joyful saddle, heavy machine

A no-hands Grifter

I was rolling

healthy in my head,

words awake

Smooth spokes

and rubber wheels

get me home

The light came through like a chain from heaven

Between them there was a fantastic wheel of love

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