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Frolic (Lipogram: (E) of John Ashbery’s “Summer”

Too tardy to abandon now-as the passion withdraws, chirping
Of distant worlds in its cold dark vast umbilical, so as to portray
By way of obvious motions This now and is’ of dignity, finally not a monster
Frolic has to do with a vacation of ‘is’ in a way akin to a nap in a warm bath.
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From the Dawn of Aser

Egyptian, you are a true, honest, brave and beautiful people who have suffered a thirty year history of repression, torture, murder and barbaric excesses of the top one percent.

Now you have a new republic if you can keep it. Protect it like you would a suckling infant and nurse it on honesty, empathy, courage, equality and devotion. Continue reading

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