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Gull, gull

 

at the edge of the map

 

Unknown, unknown

 

in the grass

 

Rook

 

starting to want to come back

 

Swan, swan

 

if you have to ask, it isn’t a gift

 

Rooks

graveyard

stop waiting for something like before

 

Woodpecker,

graveyard

stop waiting

 

Eider, eider, rook

 

my father

 

Rooks,

car park

 

now the journey is the best part

 

Swan

roadside

I’ve been looking for this

 

Magpie at my feet

 

one for sorrow

Avocet, oyster catcher

with you

 

Tail feather

turned back in a hurry

 

Goose, goose, in the rain

 

inexpressible joy

 

White pidgeon –

reverting to type

 

Magpie –

 

wife to be

 

Magpie, eider, unknown

 

today

 

 

 

 

Sound recording.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vj3ju09n5ekdlk7/repeat%20to%20fade%20.mp3?dl=0

 

 

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