Tom Jayston



I am peering at my moon-weary face in an isosceles shardof mirror that seems more suited to stabbing a man in thethroat than as an aid to shaving, and I do not smile. Therazor makes an effort, attempting to circumvent its bluntnessby engaging in a tug of war with each crusty, beer-gildedhair. In the mirrorweapon, …

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The Piano Man

Black and white is too severe with no ascending gradation. Fingers dance a rolling jig and spin a tone sensation. Language alive in digits alone speaks a sonorous tongue. His music – a song never written; a song always sung. The words we seek are ineffective – failed communication. Verbal trash cannot replace antiquity’s stimulation. …

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“Improbably Me”

The people I am tell the people I am notThat if the people I could be embraced the peopleI used to be and if the information receivedFrom the various parties was collected, collated,Intellectually dissected and the resulting dataPored over, analysed, statisticallyAppraised, then I would find, as with theAerodynamics of a bumblebee,That I am not physically …

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