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Poems :  Sounds
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Warm spring rain on a tin roof
When I'm out after dark alone

Snow-muffled tires of a car passing by
When I'm little and tucked in at home

A song sparrow's voice in the morning
From somewhere high in the trees

A brook's hoarse roar as the snow melts
And wind in the evening leaves

The crackling coals of a campfire
The smack of a ball on a bat

A chainsaw deep in the forest
As I drift away on my nap:

Sounds that bring life to life
From childhood 'till I turn gray

If I weren't here to hear them
Would they still sound the same way?


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John
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Date 2010/10/21 13:16:30
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