Enough Rain Makes a River by Walter Shawlee 2You are visitor number: 1813     1Page 20
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WS2, Outside Nelson, B.C.
In this place
in the streets
down just below foot height

rebounding off curbstones
and becoming conduit rapids
the last edges of rivers flow

for the most part
very changed
now carrying only the decay
and soap washed from cars

in this place
the very height of mastery
and delusion
man walks on water every day.


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