Walter Carvel: ‘Two Poems’, Part II

Fractious suspicions held the mind its troubles: A constructional philosophy that slowed the swaying decay of decency. All sentiment reactionary, and rife to a narrowed edge: Temperament in sights ignited to tectonic sounding. In anger thereby presumed, the righteous man Is proved mistaken in this instance, Though he know not the difference, As to a … Continue reading Walter Carvel: ‘Two Poems’, Part II