Heartland

Heartland

A Poem by Kenny Alby
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Poem about the prairie, I suppose. Eh, come up with your own meaning, if you like.

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Gather upon my directionless spirit

the smoke-stacks of the prairies eyes.

Kindling stoked forever to the amber midnight,

rivers run through me, where whiskey fire bellows,

crackling storms rejuvenate my leather skin.

Ventilate the purple skies through my 

Veins that twist with the winds.

© 2012 Kenny Alby


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Added on March 24, 2012
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Kenny Alby
Kenny Alby

Lincoln, NE



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I'm supposedly human. Anarcho-poet. Her infinite power helping oppressed people. I also write the occasional sappy flowery crap. Fantasy and other things, too. more..

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