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Younger Lover

Her vision on his legs She played with a dream Everytime It tucked her to sleep I really enjoy it, she said

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Bad Guitar Player

He sat in there day and night Like many a fine guitar player had Strumming, guessing, playing, thinking Only this one played all by himself For himself No love for any audience, future, present or past He loved the sound … Continue reading

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Lifer

In this hotel They have a monthly rate. Wonder what his story is? Well, I know part of it, The last ten years, at least. Kinda like me, I guess, In a sense, walking around. Those shorts, shoes, Sweat pants … Continue reading

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Funky Dame

Remember that song, Doin’ it in the Park? She’s doin’ it in the park. Hair all chemical’d and funkafied. Pants, I don’t know, Stripey, baggy. Sweater, I don’t know, Long, baggy. Satchel, hanging low, Like some kinda Funky postal carrier. … Continue reading

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Sam’s Club

Sam is like an old dog. He comes into the cafe moaning and groaning, And feeling quite stiff. He makes good noises. Eye for the ladies, for sure. His delight was unmasked While the cheerleaders tried out, On the large … Continue reading

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Even if it Becomes Less Important

He was a good friend. Dearly missed. Always ahead of his years; Ok, not always. I didn’t want to hear it. He told me so confidently, Rock hair glowing angelically, In a dark corner of London dreams. You always have … Continue reading

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