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Alcaniz Street

cars in the sky
            flying by
  rubber throbbing along, over the concrete and
       blistering blacktop
riding in and out the painted
                lines

over the dull colored snatches of
raggedy wigwams
scattered about
beneath the shadows and shades
of the great strips of
interstate
with their festering trails of fetid
strewn
trash
piles of trash

folks, and failed cynics.  half - ass cynics
who can't cut that final tie
to those lingering inclinations  of
signs seen and
understood.  inferred to the
good
wanting others to hand over their small
change

and I
stacking blocks across
    the eyeless sockets of a
      thick brick skinned
    fossilized
      shrine
sweating like a pig
in the late october
heat
wondering where the hell
the fall
is


Copyright © Michael Miers | Year Posted 2021

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