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Summit, Looking Up

March 14, 2009 by · No comments

Kenneth Pobo

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In 745 Li Po
peppers a poem
about loneliness
with a mountain
and, inevitably,
a moon. Today
in Middletown,
I’m lonely. A mall
a half mile away,
that’s a mountain too.
Some regrets are
mountains. Some
can never be climbed.

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