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November Walk

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November Walk

Along the railway embankment
a flight of swallows skims the field
now touched with amber shades of fall.

I’ve walked this way before,
along the river’s willow edge,
along the railway embankment.

I’ve found the homeless camps
where no one’s home – a tarp, a mattress.
A flight of swallows skims the field

and a chill wind tells me to move on.
I have a house, a hearth, a window view
now touched with amber shades of fall.


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  1. Date: 11/4/2011 4:39:00 PM
    I really love what you did with the repetition of the first stanza at the end of the other three. In any case, great imagery especially in the last stanza, I could really imagine what you were trying to make us feel.  -KMD