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Impressions of a Future Sound

 J. D. Nelson
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Impressions of a Future Sound
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J. D. Nelson was born on St. Patrick\'s Day, 1971 in Trenton, New Jersey. He has lived in Colorado for more than three decades, but has yet to...read more ski, snowboard, or bust a bronco. J. D.\'s poems have appeared in many small press publications, both print and online. He is allergic to watermelon and is missing an eardrum. Visit J. D.\'s website for more information.
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                        I'm alone here in
                        front of Everybody,
                        shielding my spider eyes
                        from the green glare of the fungus sun
                        and the white hot sheets of
                        blowing,
burning
                sand.

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