© G. V., 04-09-2013, All Rights Reserved
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Close to the Patriots' free kick
upon the North of Eastern lands
a kiwi eats her seeds' pique-nique
next to jazz concerts, Harvard grands.
Because (it's true) upon the grass
the student-birds attend Spring's feast,
men wear belt-buckles made from brass,
and girls, leg warmers on blue jeans.
The kiwis play in plain sunlight
and synthesize 'bout ancient queens
Spring smiling poetry they write
next to Charles river - on fresh greens.
The kiwi's happy to attend
from all the nations friends to meet,
cause in New England students blend,
and colors shine on jazz downbeat.
© 04-09-2013, G. Venetopoulos