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Lillian B. Rose

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On a damp Foggy day (2007)


A car without headlights
On a damp Foggy Day
Nearly hit my bumper
At the stop sign down the way

On a damp Foggy day
Mist hanging heavy in the air
At a stop sign down the way
A Car passed on the right

Mist hanging heavy in the air
I never saw it coming
A car passed on the right
And flew through the intersection

A car without headlights
Nearly hit my bumper
I never saw it coming
And flew through the intersection

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
Edited: Friday, October 10, 2008

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