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Albuquerque in August

A woman rockingOn the sidewalk cornerHer man asleep beside herTents and boxesAnd wrappers and blanketsWhat I see as we drive byA small homeOn the sidewalk cornerA woman sitting cross-leggedRocking inside.  August 11, 2023

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Small Town Parade Cub scouts, horses, and tractors 10:00 AM The high school band Handfuls of candy thrown into the grass Trading with strangers, Smarties for Tootsie Rolls Kid who goes to school with your best friend’s kid Floats that are flatbed trailers filled with county princesses and politicians Smiling, handing out buttons Biscuits and … Continue reading »

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