A Day Out and Mrs Woo

Both Marc Carver A DAY OUT Intro. I have to be free to be my own slave, chains I can never break places I can never see people I can never know strangers on a shore looking out to sea. Don't give me free will I will only fuck it up. 1. The woman on the other platform … Continue reading A Day Out and Mrs Woo

More Poems by Marc Carver

By Marc Carver    SNOW ON TREES A long snake sits on top of bark the sun casts a shadow on another tree, it looks like a man with roots for legs and arms running as fast as he can If I grew roots from my toes and planted myself in the earth I could … Continue reading More Poems by Marc Carver