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The Junction

Highway 66

A short poem

Thin blue highway hugging the soft edge of night,
along this strange western town burning
with apricot light
like a necklace laid across a swell
of grass, over some vast New Mexican plain,
it fills me with a yearning
I’ve never quite been able to quell,
or explain.

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Ray Harvey

Ray Harvey

Creative director of all things delightful.

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