Poems by Larry Chamberlin

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  • My ties have shortened.
    Perhaps my neck got longer...

  • Ocean stone rises:
    Fire formed, water blessed...

  • PIG litigation:
    Grab for too much grub, end up...

  • I cherish the notion
    That fourteen...

  • Days on end he walks the circular rut
    That describes the circumference...

  • School's out, daughter's stuff
    Takes up garage all summer...

  • Rolling Thunder Review, 1975 or 76;
    The Warehouse Auditorium, New Orleans...

  • How many Bosons are in a Nova,
    And could you dance it to Corcovado...

  • Love is the thing that interrupts my daily routine
    That states there is someone more important than...

  • Why do I work in a profession
    Where my clients need to be babied...

  • How many poems can you wish
    That you just could hold his glove...

  • Finally learned love:
    I grasp the way of your dance...