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Where once lay golden apples,
Heady and fermenting,
A burgeoning crop
Of sunburned children
Spills upon the rutted road
To watch in fascination:
Asphalt trucks, and giant
Rollers making uniform
Each clover hill, each
Grassy rise, and covering
Every shadowed shape
Of lavender with black.

 

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