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A. D. WINANS
Ocean Beach
old ghosts stand guard at deserted Play land at ocean beach the funhouse torn down like my old high school the sand dunes filled with debris a lone ship in the distance brings back memories of old San Francisco my eyes a piece of dead driftwood float aimlessly out to sea
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VAL MAGNUSON
Leaves
Autumn, do not leave For your chambers fill With feathered gentlemen Their raiment pommeling the hills The gingery banks are splashed In paprika and nutmeg tones Autumn, do not leave I would only have alone Your magical woods work Slips far too fast Through my very fingers Envelop me within your imposing cloak Stay awhile- linger The Guardians of the South Like some Greenwich clock Promise warmer beds To every passing flock How they fly! How they fly! From the radiance of your store Autumn, wondrous Autumn Sing a little more- Autumn, splendid Autumn To your every essence I could cleave But all you do All that you can only do Is to forever Leave-
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a december midnight in salt lake city
a cold front passes overhead bringing snow watching it fall in the rusted glow of a streetlight i wait for sleep or death whichever comes first
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