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grandma poem

a few more windy days
with the sunset
who loves the rain
with her hair flaying wildly
i've won the race
do you remember
the meadow was creeping
wrap the earth in cloudy weather
master of human destinies am i
as i lie roofed in, screened in
and breaketh bread no more
there by the window in the old house
noises that strive to tear


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