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Puppet Show
by Marge B. Fulton
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
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Flashback to the days of 8mm. movies

Against a white backdrop the trees

look like funny creatures. One looks

like an egg standing on one leg.

The light flickers and into my mind

pops the spectacle. The time when

my uncle showed home movies and

at the instant he changed reels, we

scooted up to the wall. A merry band

of rabbits, ducks and the occasional

snake sprang into life. Some of us

had the knack; everybody joined in.

When the show resumed , we were

 jittery as a bunch of  jumping beans.

My uncle ran them backwards after

we begged and begged and begged.

And that was the best part of the show.

 

Fruit trees silhouette the ghostly lot.

Memories silhouette my dubious mind.

All of it merging just above the post office. 

These are features of the show called life.

 Hands that want to quack and hop and prance.

 

 

ALL ROADS LEAD TO HAZARD

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Reviewed by Roger Ochs 9/26/2008
What a grace-filled piece! I hope that one day you can see Pilobus do there full body shadow show.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 9/24/2008
Ah yes. The days before digital. Thank you, Marge. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 9/24/2008
Such an adorable way to walk us down memory lane. All those black and whites and slides too, God bless...

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat 9/24/2008
Marge,

Great poem

Mary
Reviewed by Edwin Hurdle 9/24/2008
Hi Marge,I enjoy reading this poem.Good job :-),take care

Edwin
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