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Author Name: Freesatishverma 1 Comments
Date Added: October 21, 2017 00:10:11 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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A tumbler climbs a rain 
in all crimelessness. 
Perhaps you will never know 
my invaginating self. The thirst has 
become a river. 

A pile of books and I cannot read. 
The shadow lengthens on the wall. 
An eagle melts in the air. 
They are shifting him for amputation. 
Truth cannot walk. 

I become my father tonight 
and watch the house burning. 
I am told there was lot of bleeding before. 
There will be no need to rescuscitate. 
The dead man says, why not?
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Comment By: PremiumJillian K. Alexis on October 28, 2017 06:48:23 PM Report

It seemed like it flowed so easily into the page.




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