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Aspen’s miner remembered on July Fourth

His fire burned within

Mining his DNA

He became Aspen’s folklore

The EPA and city broke his spirit and tore

Until Stephan Albouy was no more

We hear him as the dynamite drops

Every July 4th 6 a.m. from the smuggler hilltops

Denice Volk

Aspen


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