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Author Alfred Guajardo concentrating while taking an inspirational journey through time and space, Thanks to Amtrak

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

"Like a Dime" (Plural)

Did you know it would be a bad day
If you put us under clay?
We just heard you can put us in an urn
And toss us on that rainbow we earned.
Is it true that it's blue
and smells of rue?
we did our deed
Make room to seed
we'll have no druthers
we said bye to all others
were not old
But were sold
Save our spot
You'll hear our knock
we'll wait in line
we won't whine
I think its time
Take us like a dime.
Cut us loose and
set us free.
Amen
(Dedilcated to my mom and Dad like a dime in plural form)
Alfred Guajardocopyrights@alspoemzonemmx


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