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Granny Crow

In 1970 Bill crow was a graduate student. He shared an office next to mine. Bill Crow was one quarter native: his grandmother was full blooded Cheyenne. After the Indian Wars the army had herded the Cheyenne into two camps. Bill’s grandmother was eleven years old in the 1880s when the army marched the eleven hundred remnants in the southern camp a thousand miles, in the middle of winter, to the northern camp. Only one hundred of those eleven hundred souls survived the march, and these included Bill’s grandmother.

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Tell Me Christmas

for Christmas
daddy came in
dressed like Santa Claus
he ho ho hoed
and pulled a shotgun
from his Santa’s sack

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modern ugly

ugly, art, world

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Of course there are many reasons, but perhaps we can lump them into two major groups: one, the problem doesn’t stem from spinal misalignment, and, two, while the problem does stem from spinal misalignment, the chiropractic techniques employed are not addressing the problem.

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The first factor in back and neck pain and chiropractic is that (articular) joints are exquisitely sensitive

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No Downtown

There’s no Downtown tonight
the clouds have snuffed it out
an interlude
gone
the city cleansed of all but nostalgia

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