Stamps

comes not say

passer

over the shadow

shake a hand so

I like a wet bird

bears my people

slap name into

received aand star

I have thit on a map

very old

wich howth howls of wolves

hiena put their

smelling like snout

the taste of blood

(three drops petrified

as our tongues)

by Dorina Neculce

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Youth and its ways - we all remember those days