Through saffron washed shades,
My sleepless eyes peep at the bright Sunday sun.
My familiar green purse with my stock of change,
I set out from home, this Sunday morning,
Without my glasses, my weekday eyes.
The damp trees all stand, towering over me…
Smug and sated after drizzles for the last few nights…
Like a witch’s prickly hair and pointed hat,
The willowy branches seem to point at me.
Forming black curves against the whipped blue sky.
Colourful paper squares soar overhead,
Tied to invisible cords spinning from spindles,
Held by unseen hands, all children out of sight…
Hazy lines of gleaming pinballs come rolling down,
The flyover down the road that draws towards town…
Something special is happening today–
Some kind of campaign, some race-like procession.
Horse drawn carts racing along with motorbikes;
Car windows shooting out overgrown men,
Scarves tied on the heads, flapping…
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