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Cliff Dwelling in Superstitions
Poem by Scott T. Starbuck
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Cliff Dwelling in Superstitions
Poem by Scott T. Starbuck

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Cliff Dwelling in Superstitions

by Scott T. Starbuck

The guide book says a 1400s drought left it abandoned.
Mountain lions raised cubs here.

Hawks nested.
Evening bats chased insects.

Looters took anything of value
so that no one and nothing miss the builders

except maybe desert stars,
same as it will be for us

sooner than most know.


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