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Since Hanna Moved Away
(February 2, 1931 / )

Since Hanna Moved Away

The tires on my bike are flat.
The sky is grouchy gray.
At least it sure feels like that
Since Hanna moved away.

Chocolate ice cream tastes like prunes.
December's come to stay.
They've taken back the Mays and Junes
Since Hanna moved away.

Flowers smell like halibut.
Velvet feels like hay.
Every handsome dog's a mutt
Since Hanna moved away.

Nothing's fun to laugh about.
Nothing's fun to play.
They call me, but I won't come out
Since Hanna moved away.

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So lyrical a poem..it clearly conveys the reader of the cloud of pain and disappointment that shadow the heart of a lover. 10 for it.
Flowers smell like halibut. Velvet feels like hay. Every handsome dog's a mutt Since Hanna moved away. ......//// superb and beautiful poem//// like it
Nothing's fun to laugh about. Nothing's fun to play. They call me, but I won't come out Since Hanna moved away.. a very good poem. tony
A marvelous poem depicting ones state of mind when some one dear and near goes away and missed terribly. A well deserved modern poem of the Day.
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