March 25th 2014
It was one of those cool, ash-coated mornings, the kind that are good for a job such as this.
The sun, sallow, thrawn, slunk low in the sky.
Down by the burn where Asda and Lidl took the plunge, a sparrowhawk skimmed the trees as we climbed through the fence.
The silence of holding breath.
strung taut a line in a funereal tone we came to the place in plain sight.
With an L-cut in the earth we buried the stash.
He laughed about Paris in Springtime.
“Shut it “, she snapped tight a cable tie.
The canary grass fizzled in the easterly wind,
from Russia with love.
This may or may not have occurred in quite the way detailed but, one thing is for sure, we did plant some trees.