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To walk among ruins

To walk among ruins is to realize the fragility of life

To connect with those who came before

To observe commonalties,

To puzzle at differences

To marvel at ingenuity

To hear their voices echoed in stones that have stood for thousands of years

Inevitably, to misunderstand the message

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Brontosaurus, welcome back

When young I thought you were long dead

But later heard you’d never lived

That was what the experts said

Thunder lizard, once you roamed

Jurassic ground beneath your feet

Then gone, removed from history

Written out, obsolete

Now they say that Marsh was right

And your position is restored

The bones are yours and yours alone

No more a mere ...

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Survival Skills - my poem in The Commonline Journal

My latest published poem is available to read online at: http://www.commonlinejournal.com/2014/12/survival-skills-by-leilanie-stewart.html?m=1 More about my forthcoming archaeology-themed poems can be read on my blog at: http://leilaniestewart.wordpress.com/2014/12/06/survival-skills-a-poem-in-the-commonline-journal/

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