Black twisted wrought iron
wound along dim-lit streets
by gas-lights every few feet
barricade architectural skeletons
the wind carries settling sounds
breaking bricks, cracking stones
the rattling of old bones
in these graveyard grounds
after sunset bulldozers swarm
structures fallen to the ground
of treasures never found
plastic boxes rise unharmed.
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