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  197.     

Shedd's Aquarium

To the aquarium just for the day
Down to Chicago, we’re on our way
To Shedd’s Aquarium and the lake shore
But first a wait of 40 minute’s or more
Once inside, we can see the ocean floor
With fishes, crab’s and shark’s galore
An octopus, the brightest color of red
Some dolphins, belugas and hammerheads
We touched starfish, in water sooo cold!
It was fun for all, the young and the old
A lobster that could feed a family of four
A snapping turtle so big, it couldn’t fit through a door
All of this we saw, all in one day
Then back in the car, to be on our way

8/9/09
 
Rhonda Baker

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  198.     

Mindless Observations

The great Chicago Fire
Happened long before
Morrison started paying any attention
To the blood all in the streets of the city
Could either by chance
Abated the other?
The notion is preposterous
Given the theory that
Two wrongs never make a right.
But if two wrights
Can go to making airplanes
From selling bicycles
Then any goddamn thing is possible.
 
Dan Walters

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  199.     

Colors Of Peace

When
a skunk dies by violence
a bad smell infects the land.
When a cow dies by violence
her unheard cries pollute the land.

When a pig lives out his life
in safety,
good fortune accrues.

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Annie Besant in the years when Chicago
was the physical slaughterhouse capital
of America saw its aura of red anger
an hour away.
Nonviolence can change any aura
to deep violet.
 
O Anna Niemus

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  200.     

The Beach Boys Had Their Kokomo..

The Beach Boys had their Kokomo
The Beatles, Drive My Car
Sinatra loves Chicago
Billie Joel's Just The Way You Are

Modonna's Like A Virgin
Cash was the Boy Named Sue
Carly Simon thinks that You're So Vain
Ray Charles Can't Stop Loving You

ZZ Top wears Cheap Sunglasses
Fleetwood Mac tells Little Lies
The Stray Cats want to Rock This Town
And Willie Nelson loves Blue Skies

Elvis loved his Blue Suede Shoes
Tom Petty Won't Back Down
Garth is singing at The Dance
On Johnny's Poor Side Of Town
 
michael hubbert

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