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halloween poem for kid

under a spreading chestnut tree
i make my shroud, but no one knows
could we but know
the light withdrawn
passing through huddled and ugly walls
i was a goddess ere the marble found me
i said
see the tentative
she said
the old west, the old time
three years ago today

 



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