Kenneth A. Friou, Sr.

(Madison, Wisconsin, USA)

Sleepy Hollow - Poem by Kenneth A. Friou, Sr.

Oh, I am sleepy
And I'm hollow too
And feeling rather sleazy
And looking at the view
Which intercedes in horseman
Heedless of the due
Header is a pumpkin
Irving makes a claim
Rides just by the Hudson
In smog and fog and rain

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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