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Dog-Ear Poetry #2

At The Found Poetry Review, a contest is going on until October 31, 2013.  The challenge? To find poetry in the corner of a page.  It’s called dog-ear poetry.  Here are some dog-ear poems I found in Earth Abides by George R. Stewart: I call this one, “When White Became Dirty.” I think that it’s describing the book …

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Chirp

Chirp The chirp of the chipmunk Reminds me of both The squeaky swing set In mama’s backyard Blowing in the breeze Of springtime And the creaking rocker At dusk As the sun dips down Past the horizon A lifetime immortalized In the chipmunk’s chirp

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