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Poetry #132
(published May 1, 2003)
Like Eyes of the Tapster
by Jonathan Hayes

When creation is hot
in the basement of a cool mind,
and dogs run through the street
without leashes or order,
your dark pint remains
unfinished on a wooden bar.

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