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A little poem of mine, not published before, is sixteen years old today.


is sprung—
bad cliché.
But, ah! it's true:
trees bud and blossom;
birds build, eggs hatch, chicks cry;
daylight grows each day.
Ferns curl, unfurl:
even as
they do,

E. L. Core

© 1988 ELC

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Tue. 04/13/04 08:17:02 AM
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