Thurso Station 1948
Dangling his legs over the platform edge, waiting for nothing to happen, he looks at me the way the dead do except that he's me, watching himself now. Someone shouts. Shunted carriages he hasn't seen loom in. He rolls up And away.
Robin Fulton Macpherson
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