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A Mare For Kin

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A Mare For Kin

Each child needs time to stand
To make his connection
Riding on back to Medusa
Making faces I gave to you.

If you are eating your chips
You are wasting trouble
Remember counting is going backwards -
Don't look at me like that.

One for you - he has one.
You two work it out.
If you toast the Egyptians,
You meet all powers.

Our men are weary tired,
I am the only doctor now.
I must cut away the lungs,
And place them in mind.  

As they will need air, 
I will bring juice
They will not eat until they 
Show they have earned it.

When these men realize
I sell no insurance,
No train stops for them.
They become Conductor.

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  1. Date: 12/2/2013 3:05:00 AM
    Intriguing read.