Some extracts from ‘On that new found spring morning’
(C) J.D.Saward 2014 – 2017
Extract the First:
1. The moving on of an ancient traveller, who wore out his fascination with being a poet.
On that new-found spring morning he wondered how it would be to take only his small shoulder bag and walk to the interstate railway station and catch the first train to leave, and sit in that train until it came time to alight at the terminus of that service. Not for a holiday but as a walking out of one life-bubble into another. He fascinated himself with the thought that life is perhaps not so much a journey to be taken, but more like a set of immersive experience scenarios that form in the mind of the one who does nothing.