Andy McCluskey
Stuart Kershaw



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        As the sun descends too quickly
        Behind the distant city
        She will ride under the water
        She will leave her son and daughter

        Reduced to lying naked
        To feed those she holds sacred
        She is bare of clothes and beauty
        On disply in her nudity

        If someone calls her name out
        All she ever hears are cars
        Through the window in the bathroom
        Through the broken glass and bars

        Seeking comfort in the wallet
        Where she placed eighty dollars
        When the last one has departed
        She can slide into the darkness

        And slowly down the river
        The current pulls her under
        And it bathes her in its splendor
        Is unmoved by her surrender

        And faint through the water
        The lights like brittle stars
        Someone called her name out
        She no longer hears the cars


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