This weeks sees the return of Eej's Poetry Bus, as driven by the extravagantly talented Mr Dominic Rivron.
This week's challenge was to go to the website of one Simon Fisher Turner, listen to his music and write a piece whilst listening.
The music is here. The track Ghost Road Berlin is the one to listen to.
Here's my take on it. I have to say that this piece, whilst relatively inoffensive to the lugholes would not normally be my personal cup of Earl Grey, but kudos to Dominic for getting me to listen outside my comfort zone.
These diaphamous ribbons of sound
Elude the ear,
Then near again.
Come with us, they say.
But I can't
My feet are leaden
And this body of heavy clay
Is anchored still to Earth
And the cold, cold wind
blows and blows.