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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Independence
the smell of the night sky

4 comments:

diana l. said...

Ah, yes.

Alan Summers said...

Very tight.

There's more layers of meaning hidden (but open to readers) than longer worded poems.

Very moving.

martin said...

Thanks diana l. and Alan for your comments

diana l. said...

Good point, Alan. I missed that. (After all those years of vets I used to treat laying low in movie theaters during fireworks displays, you'd think I'd have recalled...)

Very powerful, Martin.