Hopeless, stricken outsider,
In the gloomy winters day sunshine.
Everyday he dies again
This lazy 3 liner, (given a flash generic name by people who can’t write proper poetry and want to impress the working classes) interested me a little. In that”gloomy winters day sunshine” (never mind the missing apostrophe) is to me a contradiction, It caused me to consider the proposition at length. I have now completed my deliberations over 2 sleepless nights. If the contradiction was thought out and intentional then it has some thought provoking subtlety, If not, it’s just another example of sloppy composition by an elderly wannabe poet.
Best Wishes Del Smith
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