Pam Morris

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Thought And Remembrance - Poem by Pam Morris

A man
walks with
flesh like rock.
In an effort to
keep his blood
from dirtying
the street.

He closes his eyes
with determination
trying to remember

The veins
of his eyes
long like bones
or maps
that lead
to the ocean
of everyone else.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 22, 2006



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