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"Well, as through the world I've rambled, I've seen lots of funny men. Some rob you with a sixgun, some with a fountain pen. As through this world you ramble, as through this world you roam You'll never see an outlaw drive a family from its home..." -Woody Guthrie
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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Take Us There

On the edge of Fall
while wasting time
we cry out through the glass,
"Take us there, take us now,"
as all goes rushing past

The preceding motorcycle poem is a link poem-- an experiment in adding a 3rd dimension to the printed word. Each link is to a photograph that inspired the thoughts expressed in the words of each link. Link poems can only exist on the Internet and are therefore only archived online.