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Thought's of the many wooden houses falling down along the country roads in Mississippi.
Broken down house—of yesteryear
Littered with relics of the past
Tractor wheel, gallon jug, old tin cans
All have come to rest—at last.
Farmland—crop rows of yesteryear
Abandoned—through weeds—still visible
Long time ago, fed many mouths
Now a relic of the past—perceptible.
Ó1983 William Lowenkamp
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