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IDEAS ARE LIKE STARS. by Mary Chapin Carpenter. “Today Joseph is sitting alone, with occasional nods to the waitress”. “She tops off his cup while she’s snapping her gum,…”. Your Text Here. “…making her rounds on the lunch shift”. “Counting out coins, he leaves them

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IDEAS ARE LIKE STARS

by

Mary Chapin Carpenter

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“Today Joseph

is sitting

alone, with

occasional

nods to the

waitress”

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“She tops off

his cup while

she’s snapping

her gum,…”

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Your Text Here

“…making her rounds on the

lunch shift”

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“Counting

out coins, he

leaves them

arranged…”

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“She just stares

at the tip

that spells

out her name...”

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“And yesterday

pedaling down

4th Avenue,…”

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“The sepia tones of a lost afternoon

cradled a curio storefront”

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“And here for a moment is

every place in the world…”

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“They teach you

to fly without

wires or thread”

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“They promise if

only you let them”

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“For the language

of longing

never had words,…”

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“…as Debussy

played from the

kitchen”

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“And who was

that shadow

there by the

gate,…”