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Places to Read a Book.

 The old twin mills have pathways marked by stickers Resembling
books. So one can go there By the river, where the water rushes
relentlessly Even in the heat of the summer drought and Sit under the
weeping willows by the 12th century anchor fished up in the river In
that very place and read.
 Or you can go ahead, take a walk by the riverside Recently beautified
by the gentrification of the Region, all the money produced in
industries where The poor from other countries work for spit.
Under the belfry there is also a place Where we can have a nice time.
There's a magazine That talks about that, specifically. 
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Author:Perissinotto, Cristina
Publication:Antigonish Review
Article Type:Poem
Date:Jun 22, 2009
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