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One Less Hill

I wonder if the field's still there,
where down the hill we'd sled and
climb until dusk, when Mother's call would
echo through the barn, "Dinner boys, dinner",
and we'd run, red cheeked, with balls
of snow dangling off our wool mittens,
memories I'd like to return to but ...
I wonder if the field's still there.


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  1. Date: 10/19/2014 2:10:00 PM

    Oh...enjambment is sweet...the poem's a treat...! write so well. Hugs