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Fiction for the Spoken Word
by:  Good Story Saloon
e-mail:  mikekennedy@goodstorysaloon.com
web:  http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMX-gWZQGvdo9xovZTl-ZOA/videos?flow=list&live_view=500&view=0&sort=p
Visit YouTube Channel to enjoy the narration of Contemporary American short stories, perfect listening in that first hour after they’ve all left the office. Mix yourself a tall, cool one. Put your feet up. Transport. Transcend. Sublimate.
July 14, 2019

Fiction for the Spoken Word

A world torn loose went by me.
Not only sands and gravels
were once more on their travels,
but gulping muddy gallons.

Great boulders off their balance
bumped heads together dully
and started down the gully.
Whole capes caked off in slices.

I felt my standpoint shaken
in the universal crisis,
but with one step backward taken
I saved myself from going.

From One Step Backward Taken by Robert Frost