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Poem: Supermarket Dutchman 

Last Updated: 06/06/2013 7:20 pm
Scarred chrome
Blacktop warrior
Wheels a-flutter, gravity drawn
Wind tossed, traveling
Last mailer flapping
In your empty hold.

Gulls wheel
Above the expanse
Driven to wreck
Upon the fender of my Blazer.
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