Dorothy Miller Birdwell
Remember? - Poem by Dorothy Miller Birdwell
Courtin' on the old porch swing
Holdin' hands and dreamin'
On moonlit evenings in July. Futures planned and empires built
Sittin' on the old porch swing
Just the moon, and you, and I.
Make us drive like drunken
Sailors, swerving to miss jagged
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