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We're not conceding goals - touch wood - and we're scoring goals.
Strong ones, others /only splinters." These lines from Albert Mobilio's eerie, minor-key latest collection Touch Wood aptly describe the delirious effects a reader may experience in the passenger seat of this existential ride through a psychic terrain of "sand banks, stung with grass." Indeed, Mobilio's syntax spills from line to line as a light ray filtering down through interstitial spaces of speech:
I have done that and touch wood that sort of thing won't be happening again in the future.
There was never anything wrong with it, touch wood," the Mirror quoted him as saying.
"He's had plenty of experience anyway, and, touch wood, he has always jumped well.
The authentic cypress wood body of the prototype, which is named TOUCH WOOD, features excellent durability and resistance to water, insects and mildew thanks to special three-dimensional compression molding developed by Olympus Corporation.
Workshops by Bristol-based play installation specialists Touch wood Enterprises are part of a wider drive by Bath and North East Somerset (BANES) Council to improve park play facilities for 8-13 year olds.
"We've been preparing him for the race since Cheltenham and at the moment, touch wood, he is very much an intended runner.
"Touch wood, things have been okay for me and I feel fit and I want to go out of the game still walking."
Touch wood, I've never had to use the Great North Air Ambulance Service myself, but they do a great job.