Bad wrist pin in motor. Straight 6 cylinder. Four wheel worked Very well when parked Five plus years ago. Poor tires, fair interior, Good glass, decent…
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My lord, when even the crescent moon Has failed me, when it hasn’t returned Like the first boomerang ever thrown, When everything familiar is far And…
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The sort of bar They set salt licks out back of So they can see the bucks They missed, Their solemn tongues.
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Into the lofts of abandoned barns lean Hay elevators, chaff caught in their chains. In their glory they bore the bales, Tied tight as corsets, up into…
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He asks for a pack Of cigarettes and A lotto ticket, Scratches the latter With a quarter From his change. Well did you win? The cashier asks him. Not…
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The boy who drowned Was found weeks later By some fishermen Who'd heard of him On the news. They brought him Onto the boat Like a big catch And rowed…
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She was on some Tanya Harding type shit But on a random night in Wisconsin. She took a bat to his knees while he slept, Then got in his truck and drove…
The angels must be like those trucks With fuel tanks in the bed In case they drive so far for so long They have to fill themselves.
I slow for the Amish. They wave from within Their beards and bonnets, From within the black buggies Drawn by real horses, From within their very lives…
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What is the lyrhick, you ask — or perhaps you don’t. In any case, the lyrhick is a lyric poem with gravel in its throat. You can learn something from…
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When you see one Of those dead end roads Take it They go through in spirit You have to leave Your car though Float barefoot over the corn Feeling the…
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Half the road washed out By the last big rain, They met head-on In the lane that remained. A game of chicken. Had one of them swerved Both would have…