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Up the rungs Scooping leaves To keep afloat. Exposed to passers Filling sacks To fulfil madam. Rest on tiles Scraping moss To avoid falling. Work and gild Committing time To gratify bird’s-eye.
The saleswoman said I would build a shelf for my purchase, positioned at the proudest point, the room made grandiose― It destroying all utensils, such possession. The saleswoman said I would build a book stuffed with foods, filled inside like fruity fancies, the diet made effortless― every manual page laminated, such display. The saleswoman said … Continue reading Omnipotent (a poem)