there is poverty in your lunchpale

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 …  and when the arapahoes came
to
the quintessential passage
  where
  the devils go left
  and the gentlemen go,
a chieftan and a samurai
spoke
from behind a stone, covered in
fragrances spilt when a war was there on that spot,
years ago. days ago. tomorrow.




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an important part of the literary library: ole nanny in “An Elevator Metaphor”
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