an old, old song
from the ice cream man
Issue 11.2 | 29 August 2011
the shopkeeper beams
as tango crackles
from her gramophone
Man, I love this one, John. So many ways to visualize it, all of them places I'd rather be right now.
Thank you, Chris. Remember, wherever you go, there you are!
Took me, takes me back to my bayou boyhood in Thibodaux, LA. Thank you!
John – I've never been to the Delta but your poem makes me feel like I am there
at the season's start
I bought the first cone sold
ice cream divets told of stolen bites
the ice cream van drives past me
alpha squeeze thaw
younger songs autumning
at oldland to spring
dear tara i can feel the sancation of stolen bites
chill in the air
i think i can hear
ice cream calls
Education stables a person in bearing up his personal expenses. It enables him to get good job so that he can become a helping hand for his family members. This also realizes him how hard it is to earn money and its worth.
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