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Poetry #446
(published August 6, 2009)
Beginning: A Palindrome
(a Poor Mojo's Classic)
by Jorge Sanchez
[As August 2009 marks the close of our eighth year of weekly publication, we shall spend this month enjoying "the blast from the past" with selections from Poor Mojo's Almanac(k): Year Two (issues 51-100). Please, enjoy!Your Giant Squid, Editor-in-Chief, PMjA]

[originally published in issue #59]


beginning ever beginning always forward
always starting over come Fall
people real as seasons
considering equinoxes
reflect I while you will seat
my mind constantly remembering
Chicago of thinking days always
I'm entrenched finally here in Michigan
Michigan in here finally entrenched I'm
always days thinking of Chicago
remembering constantly mind my
seat will you while I reflect
equinoxes considering
seasons as real people
Fall come over starting always
forward always beginning ever beginning

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