consider what they saw there i don't trust anyone who doesn't have my best leg in interest both calves slaughtered on the hill neither had a camera i hear their voices like high school girls squeaking on algebra at tjmaxx i drink coyote blood click click each pore inflamed for oxygen each pore diabetic tigers of america neither has a camera chose to break the treaty when gold was discovered there there they do not know the way they saw what they saw
Wikipedia Poem, No. 771
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