Kathryn Asbury

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Jersey City Drummer

When I was sixteen, cohortin' with kids on my street,
Johnny P. was two years younger than me,
and so good and sweet.
Walkin' home with him, I happened to confide,

The Jackalope Of Manhattan

Going down the escalator in the
Port Authority at 42nd Street
Everyone sees the little shop "Tee Pee Town,"
that celebrates cowboy and Indian treats

Facts, Beliefs And The Occult

Strange beliefs we have and hold,
of them, to us a story's told. To believe in superstition-
is thought to be bad. But what if things come true,
then that's more than a fad. Life's occult can be outrageous,

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