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Read Poems by Nathan Schaffner

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Reminisce

The gutters flood with debris
lost receipts, tossed paper cups
dead leaves
I jump puddles
and duck into a dry setting
the strong scent of coffee
assaults my sense of smell
I see minor twenty first century poets
huddled in a corner
typing away on their devices
laughing at their own wit
I write in a little red notebook
with a pen
Stuck in the last century
child of the 80's
born in the 70's
growing old in the new millennium

Copyright © Nathan Schaffner | Year Posted 2011

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  1. Date: 4/12/2011 6:20:00 AM

    I enjoyed reading your poetry today Nathan. Love, Carol

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