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My thanks to Rupert M Loydell
Very effective, well said, especially in the hidden relentlessness of the dark creeping beneath the landscape, heading for its source. What rough beast goes a’tunneling,/tunneling/maggots of rot disperse/in burrows of/dark tomorrows. – With thanks to Reuben Woolley.
already with the edits (oh dear, to spontaneous replies that turn on their authors) “…in burrows’/dark tomorrows”. Let’s see how that works (if the format holds indents):
What rough beast goes a’tunnelling,
maggots of rot disperse
nope, it doesn’t. imagine it then. 🙁
outstanding beginning – excellent write!!
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