This Poem was Submitted By: Tom Atterberry On Date: 2000-03-31 20:12:05 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Oklahoma Dreams

Oklahoma Summer red clay between my toes along the North Canadian River My memories show catfish frying, corn dodgers with greens quiet scarlet sunsets light breeze so serene campfire blazing the smell of hickory wood drifting through the brambles simple times so good old dirt paths  leading to skeletons of the past buildings decaying beneath a tall tree with shadows cast red buds blooming,  see the lightning bugs at play my childhood is gone but to my Oklahoma I will return someday. TEA BV 3-31-00

Copyright © March 2000 Tom Atterberry

Additional Notes:
corn dodgers {hush puppies-fried cornmeal with garlic accents} Red bud state tree of Oklahoma..skeletons of the past old run down buildings.}

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