by JD DeHart
Bits of humanity
float into the yard
from the other people
that live around
I miss the casual silence
of living miles from others
I miss the sound of my thoughts
the knowledge that there would
be one or two times a day
a truck might come rumbling past
kicking up gravel
Sometimes no truck passed
at all, and it was just the sound of wind,
and after I was about seven years old,
the filtering through of shaky cable,
voices from the outside world
JD DeHart is a writer and teacher. His poetry has appeared around the web and in a variety of journals, including Gargouille and The Other Herald. His current blog site is http://jddehartpoetry.blogspot.com.
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