Poetry

Hobart in the Sixties

Hobart was the place to live in the sixties Tucked away from murder and war You could wear weird clothes and listen to Arlo Guthrie. We didn’t have much poetry Revolution was in the air, but we didn’t need to dare So, Hobart was the place to live in the sixties. We had records of the Dylan mysteries We had the mini-skirt, for sure You could wear weird clothes and listen to Arlo Guthrie. We had the radio and most of us had TVs JFK was shot and Vietnam was just next door But, Hobart was the place to live…

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