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Bored in Manhattan

No more, no more, Manhattan I now say.
At seven a.m., the factory bell beats.
The coffin-buildings bury the gray day.

The elevator screams and flies despite its weight,
which forces me to dread contemporary speed.
No more, no more, Manhattan I now say.

The iron's heavy as a rock and equally as gray.
In the embroidery,the gold thread rips and weeps.
The coffin-buildings bury the gray day.

No more, no more, Manhattan I now say.



The coffin-buildings bury the gray day.


No more, no more, Manhattan I now say.
The coffin-buildings bury the gray day.

Copyright © Euginia Liapich | Year Posted 2015

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  1. Date: 12/19/2015 10:00:00 AM

    Nice write.. good luck in the contest..

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