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* Beyond The Fence
Two flat tires on the Model T Two birds fighting for a worm Faded squares like snowy TV screens Where your photographs were hung Keep Old Glory folded on a shelf In a cabinet full of guns Sell that engine block to someone else Maybe they can make it run How'd that calf get out beyond the fence? How'd that hole get in your jeans? Movie show was once but twenty cents That mud there was once a stream The moon is high, your nose is burnt Your dog is gone Your mouth is dry, the milk is turned But Barbara's home Hand in hand you watch the sun go down Colored lullabye of God Barbara wears her mother's old nightgown Sleeping with a nightlight on White sheet blowing on a short clothesline New tree bending to the breeze This clock's beautiful but can't keep time What's that scar on both your knees? The moon is high, your nose is burned Your dog is gone Your mouth is dry, the milk has turned But Barbara's home
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