Left On The Estuary – Written September 2014 (Aged 39)

Left On The Estuary

a refugee of boundaries
left on the estuary
you cannot claim,
because your home
should be an asylum
self responsibility
left on its own
we got tired of your shakes
it is downhill all the way
let it loose on your body
oh we were always –
left on the estuary

James Garratt – September 2014

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