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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Glen Rose State Park

Glen Rose State Park.”
 “Dinosaurs.”
“Dinosaurs?”
Glen Rose State Park?”

“Yes. Glen Rose State Park.”
“Dinosaurs.”
“Ready?”
“Yes!” you replied; “Let’s go!”

Off to the Texas Hill County
To see where the dinosaurs
Once roamed, 113 million years ago.

“This is a National Natural Landmark.”
I mentioned to you. “Because of their
footsteps being preserved in limestone,
sandstones and mudstones deposits.”

We went down to the riverbed
to searched for their presence
that occurred so long ago.

An impressionable young girl
you enjoyed the moment;
though lamenting the dinosaurs’ fate.

And just like those dinosaurs
our relationship unfortunately
became extinct; though the moment
forever etched in my memory.


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