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this is just to say

i have eaten  the doughnuts that were in the bread box and which you were probably saving for breakfast forgive me they were delicious so little and so chocolatey Copyright  © 2009 by David Learn. All rights reserved. Used with … Continue reading

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Untitled poem

The first tremors were a distant earthquake. Alone, they would pass unnoticed, Empty, and soon forgotten. They grew near, and soon they were a stampede, A herd of wild horses, thundering across the plains, Until the earth shook beneath their … Continue reading

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‘On the yellow mountain’

Eowyn did: On the yellow mountain, The birch tree sang its song. I settled in its branches, And this was the song: “ When the fairies Dance in moonshine, Surprising it may be, When the fairies Dance in moonshine, You … Continue reading

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From: The Kindly Ones’

I dreamed of kittens who were born to neutered puss, Then dreamed about a body buried in the corn — Be sure your sins will find you out. You crippled you with pain and lies, You’re hurting all the time; … Continue reading

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