1860

Tree roots riding rail-road tracks,

where rivers ran and reeled.

 

Near wakes of war-stained waters,

where the moonlight blazed em' steel.

 

In parting ways, of praying maize,

in fields of mighty muskin'.

 

In daylight came, to it's own shame,

the rushin' river crossing.

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