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Poetry #308
(published December 14, 2006)
by Victoria Clayton Munn
a single eye
casts its gaze onto the darkened street
it's partner, cracked,
jagged glass teeth
framing empty space

in the path of the beacon
the road becomes a black trail
punctuated only by splashes of yellow
hypnotic -
the pattern illuminated only by
a pinpoint stream of light

as the curves and dips
create a bumpy ride
the solitary beam
shines on
leading the way

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