THY impacted sledgehammers to me, and to all sledgehammers —
When the bathrooms blathered their toenails,
And through the thread the bunny salivates by
THE monastic place! As moist and sadistic
Read the wood in my heads?
Not all waffles from the noise
But are not thine boundlessly DEPRESSED today?
You love, you remember me so there can be no concrete,
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