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Life was passing away

By Gary Lindorff  Posted by Dave Lindorff (about the submitter)     Permalink       (Page 2 of 2 pages)
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carrying bits of memory and meaning,

glowing darker toward the growing disc. . .


The sun has been burning out bad footage

and immortalizing the rest.

Due to this immemorial process

we have been recreated in our best image.


--Gary Lindorff


GARY LINDORFF, TCBH!'s resident poet, is an artist, musician, poet and counselor / dream-worker who practices shamanic techniques, and who lives in rural Vermont with his wife Shirley and two dogs. This poem is from the poet's out-of-print book, The Blue Man, poems for the late Nuclear Age. He can be reached at maleotter(at)gmail.com

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