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Ghosties oh i believe in ghosties mate ... had evidence several times to date.... the hook that held back the door, a floggin flogging flogging, sure, against the wall, till i said, "what is it mate." "Ring your mother she is sad, upset about Diana, her daughter cut her off, how grand, mad as a Sand-Goanna." So i phoned my mum and she was sad, and we talked and talked for hours, it was only 2 am, ~the dead do have these powers~ Another time Dad touched my arm, and said yes come with me, into the purple bedroom, bloody white ants you will see, so i scanned the walls and sure they were, a bubbling under paint, my old Dad you cant ignore, he is there, never aint :} Don Johnson

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  1. Date: 1/30/2014 3:09:00 AM
    Great poem. love the goanna, and the white ants. What fun. Best of luck with the folks.

  1. Date: 1/21/2014 11:23:00 AM
    Really loved this poem... Unique and Brilliant!