Photographer Dean Hickstein - Poem by Suzae Chevalier
In the department store on Nicollet Mall,
a photographer photographed me from Chicago.
He came back before snowy and blurry,
MN Twins were winning the World Series.
Photographs were taken when I was young,
it was great I had a lot of fun.
Now the roll of film almost became lost,
another photographer found it before it was tossed.
If anything I still have photos to show I was young and a glow.
Written on April 5,2011 by Suzae Chevalier
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