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EPIGRAMFifty · and forty · and I’m forty-fiveThe nose and the swan are both taking a diveNobody knows who’ll be fit to surviveFifty · and forty · and forty-five•
Posted by Anthony Madrid on October 05, 2013 at 12:08 AM in Birthday Poems | Permalink
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