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25.06.2014

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Donnafleischer.wordpress.com

& your hangman's torso with limbs have also receded, as does love's pronouncements, with the exception of Kenneth Patchen's poems including "Do Me That Love". here's to that, Donna

p.s. viva the moment!: in the time it took to sign up to post a comment hangman's torso w/ limbs jogged (or swung) from verso to recto . . . . how dare it!

john

Hi, Donna. As you have probably noticed, I quit FB. Too much nastiness mixed in with the good for tender little me. I'm glad to get to say hello to you here, one of the GOOD PEOPLE.

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