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baby poem

the swan existing
i know what you're going to say
in and of itself
in mournful numbers
when a deed is done for freedom
as a naked man i go
sleep sweetly in your humble graves
to some the fat gods
sadly speaking
as i lie roofed in, screened in
melancholy days have come
perhaps it is no matter that you died


 



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