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These Things I See in the Windshield

The man walks the brown dog.
Man walks dog.
Man the dog.
Brown walks the man.
Brown is a dog.
A boxer.
A boxer named Brown.
And he walks
a frail man
up and down
the neighborhood street.
The walks are short,
the relationship simple.
They like it that way.

I see them
every day,
on my way to work.
I almost hit them once
every couple of months.
But we still wave to each other.
We like it that way.

— Adam Matcho

Adam Matcho is an obituary writer who lives in Washington Township and is also a regular columnist for The New Yinzer. His chapbook, Six Dollars an Hour: Confessions of a Gemini Writer, was published by Liquid Paper Press. His poetry has appeared in Nerve Cowboy5 AMChiron Review and Work Literary Magazine, as well as other publications.