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Petty Cash

poem
PETTY CASH

Dimes at the ends of our fingers
Dropping back into sea;
Quarters from feathered oar-blades
Dripping through sun, and we
Splashing up showers of silver
Rowing home clumsily.

Here is a franchised day-trip
Coinage to throw away,
Bright sea-dollars for noon-time,
Chicken-feed made of spray,
Rain-pennies, coppered by sunset glow,
From a high cloud far away.

KATE RENNIE ARCHER 
The cited information was sourced from Electronic Document (email, file) published by newspapers.com in California on June 16th, 1958 and edited by Oakland Tribune (Ref: p. 40) The author/originator was Kate Rennie Archer. This citation is considered to be direct and primary evidence used, or by dominance of the evidence.
  • Source Notes
      Oakland Tribune 16 Jun 1958 p. 40


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