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“Enough with the Precipitation”

I stop at the red light at tenth and Vine. Cars bunch together and pass in a line. Torrents of rain obscure my view Form swirling pools I can’t get through. I’m stuck at the red light at tenth and … Continue reading

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“Shoes”

I sit on the corner of Broad and Vine my battered basket by my side. I scrutinize the shoes of men who pass by and compare them to those which hang on my feet. Toeless with newspaper hiding the holes … Continue reading

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“Left Behind”

Posters on poles Flyers in mail slots. “Save the street Show we care Donate shoes” An environmental happening Staged by students To bring attention To the decaying neighborhood Where he had lived As a teenager. Shoes: Worn, discarded. Some utilitarian … Continue reading

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