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When I look back on my childhood,


Living on the miwest plain,


I remember the sight of a ribbon of smoke


From a fast approaching train.




Sometimes a silvery-sleek passenger train


With windows of unknown faces,


More often it was a big, noisy freight


With boxcars from far away places.




With eager excitement I waited


For the train to come in to view


So I could try to count the cars


As they passed by in review.



But my fondest recollection,


To this day so perfectly clear


Was the smile and friendly wave


From the locomotive engineer.



By Phyllis Merryman Cloyd©2000














































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