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Bob Dylan in Tangier

Joe Ambrose reutrns with a Christmas poem

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by Joe Ambrose, Literary Editor for outsideleft.com
originally published: December, 2009
a christmas poem from Joe Ambrose

Bob Dylan in Tangier 

I saw Bob Dylan in Tangier.
He walked to the corner
Then he disappeared.
Hoodie up, head pulled down
Crazy day, Bob Dylan in town.

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Joe Ambrose
Literary Editor

Joe Ambrose has written 14 books, including Chelsea Hotel Manhattan and The Fenian Reader. Joe is currently working on his next book, Look at Us Now - The Life and Death of Muammar Ghadaffi, which is an expanded version of a story first published in the anthology CUT UP! Visit Joe's website for all the latest info: JoeAmbrose.co.uk.

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