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Another poem written in childhood (teens.)

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Library Patterns

(Another childhood poem)

A pamphlet file in green metallic
thrusts through neon antinight
its cornered self, harsh in glare.
Piers of five-tiered fingers --
shelves -- extend beyond,
in series: a formal pattern,
rectangular and angular.
Artificial electric shine reflects
bland or blatant color.
There are books, some in disarray
in order placement on the shelves.
All:  solid, relentless, inflexible.
And most were made for use
by patterns much more rigid still.

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  1. Date: 10/13/2012 9:44:00 AM
    I knew that I was being prepared for something as I read this...and the closing did not disappoint. I love work with this kind of pattern, and of course am so pleased with it here. -Dean

  1. Date: 2/22/2012 10:02:00 PM
    Good descriptiveness here. An intriguing read.