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Dog goD 8Hate

Rookie - 192 Points (Grass Valley, Ca.)

300 Hyde St.


300 Hyde Street
will be renowned, someday
Years ago I opened the wall
and hid a dirty invective...
there between the studs
a flagrant, presumptive intrusion,
how it abused me.
in the end I abused it
plastered it over
That was way back
in the rudiment '60s.

Thenceforth that house
became a paradox and
and an inculcated repellant
sanctuary against they
the invasive clan
and their pesty clamor

The house is now
safe for they privileged
that sanctified few

you can't buy it
but it's free


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Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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