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Found Poetry 427
silvery pots and pans silent for once bathing in serene water with depths to plumb soiled surfaces show evidence of wants of tender meats and vegetables all well done oh the misery in washing a set of utensils for one
This poem was created from Walden by Henry Thoreau. Click here to get Walden.
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