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Poem: Blue On Red Bounce: Gus Mancini and Guests at the Colony Café, Woodstock

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Blue on red — blue shatter bounce —
Blue on red
Trance on

Trance on blue —
trance dance red
Red on blue
trance dance

Shout, shout — shatter — scream
On blue on red on
Red — on blue

Bounce - shatter
Blue dance trance

Blue on deep
Deep into blue —
Red on time — dance on.

Dance on trance
On red on blue

High step high — bounce —
note to blue
Red on — right on blue —

Note to red — trance dance —
High step — reaching for
the high —
High on blue

Shatter — bounce —
Trance on high
High on red — right on blue,
Blue on red bounce.

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