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Dorothy with her almond-brown eyes Her rich auburn hair Fine-grained, but still lovely Flowing down her side Dorothy who we called Big Dot because of her size Sent to hospital, for her lungs In her fantasy life She had sons who were perpetually young A machine that breathed for her While she would drive around on a scooter- Dorothy, how to sum up a life

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