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Souvenirs
by Christine Fellows

Hazard lights at rush hour
blinking back those years
And wonder how you got here
The silver pass, so close

These souvenirs betray you
Absent warnings nailed to hydro poles
Crosswords hidden in the landscape
This place you almost call home

Could you bring me back a cardinal,
From Kentucky or that blue-eyed dove
That followed you from Texas
This time, they might be enough

Travel time follows the stop clock
In the dashboard. Stop the car
If you can't bridge the distance,
Then tell me who can

These souvenirs will weigh upon you
‘Til you find something for everyone,

Could you bring me back a cardinal,
From Kentucky or that blue-eyed dove
That followed you from Texas
This time, they might be enough

Could you bring me back a coin rubbed smooth
And run over by a passing truck?
Could you call me when you're overhead
So I can run out to the front lawn and wave you on?

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