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North American Dreaming: The Writer's Sight

...Today I sit and write,
Today I fight the fight...

To keep the juices flowing a writer must write, as William Burkholder demonsrates so vividly.

To read more of Bill's memorable poems please click on North American Dreaming in the menu on this page.

Dressed on paper,
With Indian ink,


What I think,

Metered rhymes
Of telling times,

The places
Where I have been.

Of what impact
Will they have,
A hundred years from now?

It matters little,
For that I do not own.

Today I sit and write,
Today I fight the fight,

To keep the juices flowing,
To keep,

The writer’s sight.


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