Tuesday, 13 September 2016

G (September)

G is the thumb and heel of the hand and stitched, arched fingers of the glove on the ground. Its partner is somewhere in the world, a handbag or pocket. The lost glove is common in car parks where, with keys between teeth and bags in both hands, the driver hurried to get in the vehicle, always someone waiting to nose into their space, blinkers blinking. The sound of one glove napping may be heard in September, where the gardener left it after clipping the rose brambles, a G clutching an A of shut secateurs on a potting shed ledge.

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