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Awefully Proud

My grown-up girl, I’d like to say, It seems as if Just yesterday The tender age Of twenty-two Was what the world’d Tattooed on you. We watched the moon Both rise and sink, Then Sunday’s sun Fell on the ink … Continue reading

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Am There, Doing That

We walk inside and turn around Then track the palindrome back down And out the door through which we came Both entrée and egress the same In all respects except reversed Like Sisyphus we all are cursed To disarray then … Continue reading

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Calindromendar

As mirrors propped along a peak Transform the dawn to setting sun So every date this mid-May week Reflects the way it’s just begun It doesn’t work across the sea Where D/M/Y’s the date-form rule But as my Grandmama taught … Continue reading

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