James McLain

Gold Star - 40,072 Points (1958 - / From Tampa Florida And Still Living Near By)

Every Bodies Running - Poem by James McLain

each operation of body know and
have it for a long time to you
it is why you mount the train
it is only four blocks out of your manner
but when and only when and
then l' effort with the play and
you is too much made see is alleys completely packed
completely and rising the part is and
when the train moves like it makes and
the skirt as in is always premeditated and
it is whereas the articulations you develop
white on the post while the train moves
when it moves
and even the moon when completely skilful
is moved on side and thinks and things
that I do not know in addition to in things'
I develop completely and it tightened when and
only when I suppose you it is and my knees,
my knees and my legs
and the shiver gives it far
and however outside the window the sun they observe
each operation of body to succeed.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 1, 2010

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