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Get Inside

En Masse

A free verse poem

Photo by Josh Applegate on Unsplash

Below the parapet of a
mahogany cattle pen,
backside numb in a hard-bench row,
I shiver in musty air.
Winter coat zipped to the chin,
script clutched in gloved hand,
ready for when we,
the compacted minions,
in ranks, will chant
our King James verse.




A day in the life

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Literature is the roadmap for understanding humanity | Reader | Writer | Teacher | Editor of the THE MUSE

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