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Alas, there could not be found a dictation of this poem, so here is a picture of David Mason. Enoy.
A Bit of Skin by David Mason Across and aircraft isle a mother, young, in jeans beside her children, leans to pick up a drooped doll, and at her reach, the blue of her brief jacket lifts. My glance furtively … Continue reading
Tomorrow is a Long Time by Pammy and the Dust Buny Acoustic Cover
Tomorrow is a Long Time Bob Dylan, 1963 If today was not a crooked highway, If tonight was not a crooked trail, If tomorrow wasn’t such a long time, Then lonesome would mean nothing to ye at all. Yes, ‘n’ … Continue reading
Weekend Glory by Maya Angelou Some clichty folksdon’t know the facts,posin’ and preenin’and puttin’ on acts,stretchin’ their backs. They move into condosup over the ranks,pawn their soulsto the local banks.Buying big carsthey can’t afford,ridin’ around townactin’ bored. If they want … Continue reading