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Childhood

I had the notion to start a comotion; Laugh in my bath, then lots of lotion. I used to have a tiger sponge to wash With and it was so soapy, I'd squash. In a backyard; knives in hand, chicken. Inside I spent my time reading Dickens. Oliver Twist; licorice - black and red. Picky eater, Ellen was always well-fed. . Ella, my great aunt gave me a gold ring. Mother in my childhood, ever she'd sing.

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