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Tracks Into Time

Updated on January 23, 2011

Settling into the sea,

          the sun darkens the water;

                       shadows the rocks.

Around the bend

          upon the ledge,

Ghost train appears,

          chuffing clouds that blend to sky.

Surf crashes,

          batters rock;

The train fades

          to imagination.

And the whistle blows

          an eerie silent chord,

                      In tribute to

                                      a memory that never was.

© 3-19-96 C. E. Carl

© 5-15-10 C.E. (Carl) Elias

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