ONE TOWN OVER

The other side of shade,

on the banks of the unfamiliar,

where I am mindful of dust,

from towns past,

but not from here.

It’s a summer loud day, the wind

and sky companions,

a place some call home,

where a sweater is used for warmth

or a pillow.

A place where houses

and main street look the same

with railroad yards, deserted

motels and roadside picnic tables carved

with initials.

 

 

 

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