Double Vision (Expectant Father)

Poem By Andrew Fincham

A Café beer
(or two)
& thinking of my sins
& daughters

Two grey brides of Christ
Passed by upon the other side.

Whilst honouring the call of nuns
My thoughts turned
towards
Sons.

Comments about Double Vision (Expectant Father)

THIS IS VERY GOOD. I LIKE IT A LOT my best bit is 'thnking of my sins/and daughters' EBB


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