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A Different Wall

Three times a day
a train roars through
a field a farm away

booming like an Angus bull
looking for companionship.
Nearby in Henson's field

Guernsey cows eat their grass
behind a redwood fence
and moo in blissful peace.

They’ve heard this bull before.
No need to raise their heads.
He can’t come through that fence.

 
 

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