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Black Girl
JTE (17/04/51 / Edinburgh)

Black Girl

These poor villians,
Breathing in the nuclear air,
And destroyed by the poetry of Caesar,
Remember a time
When Mary Magdalen leant back against a wall,
A sexy skeleton of schizophrenia,
And they wandered down to the harbour's edge
And saw a black girl, shining, wild,
Crying out for her Redeemer.

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Mary Magdalen was a follower of christ and regarded by him as a worthwhile person to associate with What right has anyone to look down on her or her sisters