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Apr 26, 2005


marianne van winkle

kasey, loved this poem. not only could i almost taste the salty ocean air and hear the rumble of the crashing waves, but i could relate my days as a p.a./runner in los angeles to your courier days in san diego. how i miss sunny, southern california!

Kasey Martin

Thanks for commenting on this one too. I wrote this while working as a courier in southern California. I didn't mind the job as much as I hated the deadlines and traffic. San Diego can be beautiful, but it's the most annoying city in the world to drive in and their sports fans are kind of annoying (Go DODGERS!). Of course it's not entirely about driving in southern California though.


this is a beautiful poem!

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