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Date Added: April 06, 2019 20:04:11 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Inspirational Add To Favorites | Text Only
Sawdust Trail
Leave me alone 
amidst the daisies. 
I have come to talk 
to a quivering dandelion. 

I must see. I must 
count the teeth of the tiger 
who had stopped killing 
the bucks, but- 

there was death in the grass. 

Cannot believe in 
shadows moving behind the 
moon. The space was 
shrinking, and tongues were 
very sharp, but - 

there was death in the grass.
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