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 Posted: Sat Jul 21st, 2007 02:08 pm
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timmy,

Yet another terrific poem.

You created an entire story/back story/drama/tension around the beauty of a verbal "Still Life" painting.

Was nice to wake up to on a beautiful, bright Midwestern morning.

Reminds me, I should weed some of the garden today!


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all the windows
of my sleepy city

seem to whine
as i sip late evening

red wine. a distant
car radio / two

young men bouncing
to over based speakers.

the colors of things
at night escape

like black quarks
and i wonder

if the large tomato
on my neighbor’s sill

contains the will
to sustain its redness.

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