Camera of the Mind
Blues and birdsong flamenco and flowing rivers rain and restless feet storms and Southern "patois" The poems of a young Southern boy who joined the military, travelled the world, got an education, made a whole big bunch of friends, came home to the woods and walks there often, happily watching birds and watching the world pass by, occasionally saying a few words at it, with a laugh and a shake of the head.
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ANGER RAGE AND IN BETWEEN
FOOTPRINTS LEFT BEHIND
THE SMELL OF THE WOODS
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ain’t American Troubadours anyway bass beat birds blood blues Bonnie Sue’s Brainburn brought Bubba catfish creek Daddy dance dark doo wah doo Dragonfly’s Wing dream earth father’s cap fish flashed flowing giant Gitarra Grabbed my Cap Granma Grayhair green GROWING UP SOUTHERN guitar hear heard heart hillsides hungry children Irish Irish Sea Keep Sending kids land leaves listen Love Trains magic mind mouth harp Norman okra perhaps Plastic Paddies play rain rhythm rhythm and blues river River Wissey Rockall rocks sang Sending The Checks share Shipping forecast sidewalk singing sleep smell Snow Song sounds splashing Stoke Ferry strange streets Stride Piano Swans of Derravaragh tap dance town Train Boy Tree Tunnels Tubby Wilkins uillean pipes voice wah doo wop walked walking bass watch whistle White Sand Beaches window winter woo doo wah woods Zydeco