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Blue And Grim

Oh humming bird, hum not your song today beside my window on this forlorn-empty dawn; for the woman I love - the one before whose elegant feet my young heart is cast - thinks of someone else and not me. This makes me blue and grim. So dear humming bird - oh you whom nature has profusely lavished with the most splendid love that appears in your bright colours; the most perfect azure, the most beautiful gold, the most dazzling red, with such beautiful diamond eyes - go hum your love song elsewhere, for my heart is blue and grim...
 
Friday, Happy Oyamenda

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Death Of Another Kind

I hear the willow's song. Such a melancholy tune. She sings of a world gone by, no more in this day and time. Her song has faded over the years, and is fading still. She's dying at the hands of men. Such greedy, greedy hands...
 
Brittany Baird

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The Isle Of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival

the isle, eight flags, eight miles long, the song, you got a right to be wrong.dethrone the pony who loves baloney, we aint no mahoneys.a tender roni who could work for sony does a song, and we had a right to be wrong.wave a flag, thats all we had, cops arrest so fast they suffer from jetlag.the magzine carries my dream, i, it seems, have sent 50 poems, what does it take to get one on? all this prevaids my mind, as i watch from behind, the shrimp festival parade, and the huts decay, for a day.
 
chris bowen

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Muther

I keep coming back too my freedom loving tendencies that muther of mine what are you going to do with someone like her? I know sing her a song nothing wrong with a smile on your face and a song on your lips.muther for you I hope your turn at roven goes well.
 
thomas mullaly

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