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July 1, 1984

 

alarm ringing

too early in the morning

I wake

just to make sure

“Yep, its too early”

and fall back asleep

and wake again

in good time

to bike to town

to see the parade

from the shade of

a well planted tree

       off to one side

 

and there it is

our chain of life

wending its way down Bridge

Harvey in his Model T

A.R.C. on their trailer

 

its over, Im hot

Baskins ice-cream

sure hits that spot

 

outside the sky lights up

anemones swim the night

their call bouncing

through our town

flashes

       (light and sound)

on church walls

and dying in the night

 


 

Dominion Day, 1984.  Spent the day

in Belleville, having biked in early.

 


Alarm Ringing
A poem by Peter Rhebergen

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