Keel Lincoln

Rookie ((DOB: It was one of those days where the sun came up, and then went down again.) / Kinshasa, DRC (former Zaire))

Train Approaches - Poem by Keel Lincoln

I have ten fingers, two eyes, and ten toes,
one mouth, two ears and a nose,
two legs and arms, and shoulders too,
I breathe with lungs and think with a brain,
I love with my heart, my eyes give view,
ears let me hear, as an approaching train,
no more fingers, eyes, toes,
mouth, ears, nose,
legs, arms, shoulders,
lungs, brain,
or heart.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 14, 2009

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