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‘The South Again’ and other poems

By: Anthony David Vernon

The South Again

Take me as I am
I want you
In my arms again
And then to let you go
For Georgia
Or Virginia
Or anywhere else again
Let me pull you in like I did
Then leave like I use to
And still do
And will never stop again
So Louisiana
Will you take me as I am
Tight enough to hold
Loose enough to let slip
If you want that
I want you



Heard Nina was flashing like true love
Above scraping the sky
And leaving me all alone
I guess I gotta get up
And gotta get going
But if you not sorry
Then I got no reason to stay here
Near my dear and on my own

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