Shedding WordsA Poem by Marie Harrison
A Word Association Poem
Colors twirling in the air of change
Pennies, quarters, nickels, dimes
Deep pockets produce space rockets
Their long legs and high kicks speak volumes
Bound by threads these words are shed
Rain trickles off the tin roof protecting fleshy peaches
© 2011 Marie Harrison
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Last Updated on August 25, 2011
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