Excerpts from To Watch the Lights and Shoot the Breeze by David Miller
Sometimes we used to park Up in the hills, above the orange groves, On curvy dirt roads Used mostly by fruit pickers, above the last house and Beyond the outskirts of town, While our parents and Prudish classmates lay in bed or Watched the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
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Excerpts from an untitled poem by Bob Nye
Pieces of me fell all over the sidewalk And like starfish thay all started Crawling off in their own Seperate directions You laughed I guess you didn't think it was too painful Meanwhile on the ground Pieces of me went pathetically In circles Looking for another hand to shake
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