Treasure Island

Joanne Kyger

(19 November 1934)

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Into the party, with engraved invitations, I am bored when
I realize the champagne in the decrepit bowl is going to get
filled up a lot. Well then, on the greens in front of the
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  • Kay Staley (9/16/2014 9:27:00 AM)

    I only hope that the author has enough dignity to understand what it means to them. I wish that I could understand what this was talking about, but the random order and alliance of words dont make a complete description good enough for me to want to search for more meaning. This is not poetry, but a sad form of prose. (Report) Reply

    Viti Kumaar (9/16/2014 11:53:00 AM)

    You are right Kay Staley

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