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Jim (Jock) Love
Stonehenge, England
2004

There was glimmer,
But only briefly.
The opaque eyes
For a moment
Sparkled.
Then it was gone.

A muzzy purr
He drooled.
It slowly trickled
Down his chin.
Meandering
To join the rest.

Forty years
Young.
No sign of
Grey or arthritis,
Trapped in
Time.

A man’s
Dreams.
Still young in
Mind.
Those happy
Thoughts.

His tender
Love.
They’re young
Family
A bright new
World.

He
Remains.
All else
Now perished.
One of the
Survivors?


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