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looks like what was once

a walnut street pre-gentrified high

when i was on second shift

most every night we dropped in

for a pitcher & chess

sometimes a joint in the little alley

off ivy street

and then

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the animated talk & hand gestures

as my opponent castled

i looked away

wondering how i could just

walk away

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blow this grimy town

grow my hair down to my ass

find a new way to survive

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Click "printer friendly" at top to see everything ... by e b bortz on Thursday, Jan 27, 2011 at 7:29:47 AM