Lake Shore Drive, by Wilkinson, John
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- ISBN: 9781844712557 | 1844712559
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 7/30/2006
Road Kill Ice was looking a pool, or the wet road the bird crashes into, a river was looking a road of ice harrowed regularly like a freezing TV set, & it does look so. Vertically in their piling-up black fur, above - Ambitiously in that bridge closed to foot traffic & bicycles - ice cuts, ice coaxes, fans out their silvery backs' leachate. Select one. It has a deathly look. Scroll figures in their blurred revealing sort - Select a second. A flock seeks to purify itself with its own dazzle, shucking off the outriders, peeling its penumbra so to cover all - look ice despicably would misdirect, better tread naked earth than fledge the road- metal, overglaze with an opaque, pure look the drifting channels. Pay heed. Beset by 100Mz care. Too well-matched they're cross-dressing, huntresses or decoys. As on ice the stria drag, some pretend to wings, a snowy egret is straggling over ice furrows.