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Ode T' Dunes
by Ed Matlack

Monday, September 01, 2003

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Th long grass is buffeted...


The long grass is buffeted from North to
                       South
     By a brisk wind spiced with Arctic Flavor;
Leaden skies predict a blanket of white
     To be cast o'er the flat desolate terrain.
Artistry in ice is presented on Quay timbers
     A show resplendent with statuesque
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Reviewed by Kay P Devenish 9/1/2003
I best take my coat and umbrella then.

The picture this poem painted made me feel chilly,you wrote it well.
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