Edinburgh, Warrington │ 13 December 2017

Platitudes of rain across Border hills.

Refinements of a downpour, shifting without elaborations, like a leaking engine.

Skylines are throttled by the abstract notions of economic downturns.

The clouds resemble a disturbance of industrial filth.

The sky is an indistinguishable mass of disgruntled techniques – a parsimony of visual forms, a reluctance of vapours.

Meaningless clusters of Cromwellian artifacts litter the streets in disputes of cultural decay.

The demolition of stratocumulus indicates a desire for the world to obliterate the townships of Northern England – a place where daydreams meet their end.