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A Winter Daybreak Above Vence

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The night's drifts
Pile up below me and behind my back,
Slide down the hill, rise again, and build
Eerie little dunes on the roof of the house.
In the valley below me,
Miles between me and the town of St.-Jeannet,
The road lamps glow.
They are so cold, they might as well be dark.
Trucks and cars
Cough and drone down there between the golden
Coffins of greenhouses, the startled squawk
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Susan Williams 11 December 2015
I have such an admiration for this poetm James Arlington Wright, he can write a short story or a novel in the guise of a poem and take us places where we never wanted to go and teach us things about life we need to understand before we go another day longer
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Bronze Peak 01 August 2007
It's much appreciated for anyone to tell me the meaning of the word 'ruck' here?
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