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Egg Shells

by Clinton Van Inman


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In the beginning
Era empyrean emptiness ether
Energy elements embers embryos
Eddies Earth's eccentricity
Ectoplasm ecosystems economy
Explanations equations Egyptians
Empires Einsteins ennui
Egression entropy eclipsing
Extinguishing expunging
Ending in a
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© 2013 Clinton Van Inman

Clinton Van Inman claims to be one of the few remaining Beat Poets who still bang the drum slowly now for the Cause. Recent publications include Internet magazines: Poetry, BlackCatPoems, The Inclement, The Tower Journal, and the Beatnik, while recent magazines include Down in the Dirt, Hudson View, and Indiana University Spirits to name a few. Currently, he is trying to gather most of his poetry together to publish in a book to be called "One Last Beat."

Clinton was born in England in 1945, graduated from San Diego State University in 1977. He is a high school teacher in Tampa Bay, and lives in Sun City Center, Florida with his wife, Elba.

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