Buildings

a poem by Charles Fisher, UK


Stain-tears of abandoned
Stain the building of yesteryears
Where laughter filled the auditorium
Audiences in cheap seats; forgot
Hardship word and deed of work

Black and white miracle screen
Silent movies with piano music chords
Spoken words script on screen
Invite the working person how to dream
In the evening Saturday picture show:
Hidden treasure in leisurely time

Outside the mist of squalor
Outside the dirty mist from,
Chimney stacks and factory stacks
Blight the sights of the land and riverside
Blinded the non blind from pastel colours;
Of the normal sky and hills in seasonally wear

The season of yesteryears have past.
The old cinema building marked to be pulled down
Pause; one can hear the old sounds










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