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Romance and Futility at the Grid Iron

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Romance and Futility at the Grid Iron

These feet and hands move with pride

While frozen minds reside in stations

The gurgle of romance catapults

Limp eyes fortunate to be blind


Setting tables, memories on the wing

Eclipsed lung of chain linked usury

Chance on the balcony flips greater pockets still

Silver rings on the oven to match electricity


Now the grid iron flashes through

Beating heat to patronize tongues

The alphabet of spacial sense

Time barricades these permanent exits

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