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Texas Hill Country
by Leslie P Garcia

Saturday, July 05, 2008
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What is or what was...seen through memory and over time, perceptions changes...

 

 
 
                  Armadillo hills, hunching away.
                  Rooting in to ground
                  That hoisted them
                  To starless skies.
 
                   Caliche roads that led away
                   From where I thought
                   My steps should go—held vaguely
                   In my dreams, the hills
                   Intrigue…
                                               
                  So eagerly I left
                 What seemed only barren land—
                  But tell me,
                  Does the green-glass water sneak
                  Past sleeping towns,
                  And do the hills
                  Hunch away…
                  Or were they always
                  Reaching out?
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Reviewed by Lois Christensen 7/18/2008
I have a niece living in Texas. Don't know where exactly but hopefully she sees the high hills like you do too.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 7/6/2008
You provide substance for reflection with your verses, Leslie. Thank you for sharing. Love and best wishes,

Regis
Reviewed by Regina Pounds 7/5/2008
Dreamy, whimsical contemplation of a pastural scene...I like the question at the end. Fit for a lazy summer's day...

Well done, Leslie.
Gina
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