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Plate Glass

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Plate Glass

Plate Glass

                              The plate glass frontage of the hotel
                              offers a sea of indigo and ink
                              to the full moon
                              to float her wavering disc
                              of opal and milk.
                              Now tower is dark,
                              now spire is silver-sword-sharp,
                              now pearl is dome:
                              Valletta in black and white,
                              Malta in monochrome.


                                       Margaret Clerici
                                       from "Glass:Glimpses of Malta"

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