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Greg Buddery

  4 Shades of Light

  Sunlight gleams through trees,
  painting the white roads yellow
  the rusty rails, gold.

  Eating Sunday roast,
  brightness through the window
  warming up our skin.

  A fishing lake, black
  as an oil slick on a sea;
  light licks through the pines.

  The autumnal light
  kissed her like a kitten’s mouth
  edging through the trees.

Greg Buddery hosted Poetic Justice. This is his third book of poetry.
Scavenging is 32 pages of what it means to be poor and in love, published by Liverpool's most radical small press: erbacce. The author's best work to date. You can read more of Greg's stuff by clicking here 

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