Thursday, November 05, 2009

Unlike A Barrier

The handwritten scale of the biggest action,
covering your building and washing your walls,
hoping to block the streets of irony,

to call or keep that hoping canyon
where a dozen whistles fall; where slow coughs chanted
in a marriage of signs and sneezes.

Meanwhile in 10,000 streets, fans waiting to be waved,
the long springs triggered from palm to hands;
people will be patient eventually.

-- Glenn R. Frantz

Patience urged for Hawaii's flu vaccine
Gay rights activists rally to protest Maine vote
New Berlin wall blocks fans from celebrating freedom at U2 gig

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