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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

lazy evening
single fly circles
neighbors' trash can

6 comments:

Alan Summers said...

lazy evening
single fly slowly circles
neighbors' trash can


I don't think you need both "lazy" and "slowly"

lazy evening
just a single fly circles
my neighbor's trash

diana l. said...

This is great!

Dennis Tomlinson said...

I prefer the original 'neighbors' trash can' because 'my neighbor's trash' sounds to me like rubbish dumped on the ground.

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Alan Summers said...

Possibly, except rather than generalise it was nice to zoom into one trash can. ;-)

But I don't understand the position of the apostrophe in:

neighbors' trash can

Does this mean several neighbours share a single trash can, or should it have read:

neighbors' trash cans

???

Reihaisha said...

I refer to the family that lives across from me as the "neighbors". I am editing and removing the slowly