The rain had lashed the City twice by mid-day yesterday and each time the sun shot back out, shards of white light reflecting green off the plate-glass.
At the crossing, lunchtimers paced with sandwiches and shopping bags back to their paused PCs before the second half of trading. The City was reliving its daily ritual, evolving since ancient times. Passing merchants, carts hauling the produce brought in from market gardens outside the city walls.
And along Poultry and Cheapside more workers emerged, a timed population on a mission before their hour was up.
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