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Two Poems by D. E. Oprava

DEEP VIDALIA DIRT Tomor­row he’ll be back at work clean­ing rig­son a truck-stop tar­mac off high­way forty-one, suck­ingup diesel and putting more sweat, less lovein the hub caps that need to gleam brighterthan a south­ern sun. He’s had his eye … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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