Soundtrack For the Drive Home on a Summer Evening

(with special thanks to Dave Dobbyn)


2016-02-24 20.57.32Traffic thins, dusk falls

Be mine tonight.

Windows down, breathe cool air

Just add water and dissolve, Baby.

100 kilometres per hour past disinterested sheep

Guilty through neglect.

Moths in the headlights make furry windshield thuds

The outlook for Thursday, your guess is good as mine.

Stray hairs tap tap tap a rhythm on my cheek

It’s magic what she do.

Purple mountains against a bruised apricot sky

Shouldn’t you ought to be in love?

Kids playing frisbee in the dusk

            Call me loyal

Round the bend, the neighbour’s dogs bark

Welcome home.

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