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Bordeaux...
by Ed Matlack

Sunday, January 25, 2004

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Don't ask, as even the writer has no idea as to why or how or what...

Bordeaux…


 


Not the town in France,


Nor the wine of the same name,


From whence this word came,


Out of the “id” of ed, so same.


 


I have to be dealing my site, here, a deathblow,


Better to just take a bright yellow backhoe,


And dig me a large deep “hoe”,


To bury my works & my body, head to toe, in.


 


Why the hell did I call this weirdness, Bordeaux?


I ask myself the same question, as I wax poetic, herein,


But before I overflow & get myself in dutch, or ditch, with my readers,


I will just end this here saying a very friendly, hello…


 


                                       (ed)


 

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