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View from the Bench The white banded dove sings unnoticed in the elm. An elderly couple liver-spotted hand in liver-spotted hand amble by. A pair of thirty-somethings rush by with a stroller and a baby. An ugly scotch terrier (I suspect) inspects my shoe-terrified. A flock of pigeons is disturbed, takes wing and lands again. It is joined by a second flock. They merge. A child dances like Chaplin-pausesthen explains something to her brother and sister. A datschund does its best not to look comicit fails. Cars keep on going offI only stay a moment. Adam Tod Leverton atleverton

View from the Bench