Stephen Gregory

Rookie (09/23/49 / Barbourville, Kentucky)

Its A Journey - Poem by Stephen Gregory

I partake
A trip…
On the way
I find you
At that space
On the poster
Of a totalitarianism
I gaze upon you not willing
To share the trip
With or without
Your ridiculous uniform
Makeup or memories
Of baseballs bouncing
Past dairy queen quests
Vintage commercials
Montague Street
Snow coned blue
Master races
Labor lining up
Flying …freed
Taking the 1491

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 9, 2011

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