Christmas of Tin
The focus is the Southwest where snakes and storms and desert lands have strange passions. There are 50 poems. In New Mexico they have luminarias at Christmas time which is what the title refers to except normally they are made out of paper bags, sand and a lit candle. They burn mesquite in a fireplace when allowed. Visitors buy silver and turquoise jewelry at the market downtown. Please visit! More
Christmas of Tin contains: Christmas of Tin, Absent Lawn, Action, Add Ode Be, Balloons in New Mexico, Be My Guest, Bilked, Blossom, Brambles, Breaking Wind, Bricks, Cell Towers, Chasing Chi Lay, Chili Supreme, Chocolate Box, City Block, Colored Pencils, Cow Bones, Cracked Corn, Cross to Bare, Desert of Head Pain, Domiciles, Hey Bail, House of Sleep, It Is Written (Of the Snakebite), Keeper of Songs, Kitchen Sink, Mesquite Love, Night People, Pine, Plus Gun, Sewing Room, Shoe Sale Day, Silver Fever, Sing Song, Snafu, Snake in the Forest, Snake Rattle,Speed Limit, Storm, The Brotherhood of Bricks, The Hill, The House Under the Big Tree, The Job Finds You, They Can Ride Dinosaurs,They Come To You First, Trees, Truck, Vegetation, and World Authority on Rutabagas.
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