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Poem: A Long Arrival Home

A Long Arrival Home 8/24/15   Every week I preach a sermon But only fifteen people come to hear; Verse after verse, line after line A thousand written pages remain Unread beneath the dust; Year after year my soul Has become Countless songs Which have touched only the ears Of spiders and kitchen mice.   Travelling to the city I...

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