By Land

I’ve lived on dirt roads that bent and ended at a gate of pines,
the dust skipped up didn’t make my mother look like a dream.
I’ve lived on roads that could guide you across America,
I’ve only walked them to the next town,
the road we kissed on is gone, rich folks buying up
all the city in which we make do.

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